JWizmentality wrote:Ruzious wrote:daoneandonly wrote:
Yeah I can understand the skepticism, I lost some respect for him after he kind of became a yes man, but perhaps he can undo some of that by doing the right thing here. Those who truly want to see the Republican party move forward in the right direction will want to remove Trump and cut ties with him. he did what we needed, he put 2 judges on the SCOTUS, his services are no longer needed. it's time to rally behind a real conservative, a Pence, a Kasich, a Rubio, or my personal preference Paul Ryan, etc.
I think Ryan could be the future of the party - he's probably the best pure politician of the group, but there are 2 things wrong with him as a political force: 1 is that he quit rather than fought. He showed some signs of being willing to fight when Trump got out of hand, but he never really showed the guts to stand up to him for any extended period, and when the going got tough - he allowed scum like Nunez to have their way. 2. He built a reputation as a policy expert, but he often appeared to be a phony n that regard. He was Chairman of the Ways & Means Committee but was not regarded highly by tax professionals. His ideas for balancing the budget were destroyed by think tanks, and there never seemed to be any substance to his arguments. He was a smart politician, but was too often too much fluff and too little substance.
Ryan, Pence, Rubio are all weak spined hypocrites. No substance to any of them. Kasich is the only one that has been consistent.
How so? Every politician has hypocritical tendencies, your wet dream Warren and Sanders ticket top that list probably more than any other Presidential candidate in the last 50 years