Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Republicans Signal Fight With Clinton!

Hillary Clinton is working to help down ticket candidates. Will it help

Hillary Clinton celebrates her 69th birthday by campaigning in the crucial swing states. Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona and North Carolina are the key to her victory. She sees an advantage in plucking away three states that normally goes to Republicans.

Republican in the Congress are by far the most inept ever to run government. Running on the narratives of agitators in the junk food media, these lawmakers are determined to create scandals where none existed.

Take for example, the John Podesta emails. I don't give a damn about those emails. They are not really important to me. Yeah, this is a scandal for the Democratic nominee, but this is cake compared to the nonsense coming out of Donald Trump's mouth. The Republican nominee and his party are determined to make life miserable for Clinton if she does win.

Right now over 200 days and counting since President Barack Obama nominated Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court. Republicans said that they will not take up any nominee until a new president is sworn in.
The most inept members of the Republican controlled Senate will fight President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton to the bitter end.
Now that it's looking likely Clinton got this in the bag, Republicans are taking back their pledge.

Embattled Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is leading by five in state polls. The senator and former presidential nominee in 2008 said that he and Republicans will oppose any nominee Clinton lines up in her administration. He walked back the comments after the junk food media called him out on his bullshit.

He already let the cat out the bag. Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) and Sen. Ted Cruz already planning an opposition tour. Lee will likely win his senate race. Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH) also likely to win signaled his opposition to a potential Clinton nominee.

Now Clinton, Obama and Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick have seized upon those comments as a way to prove that Republicans can't govern. Democrats are hoping his "senile" moment will hurt him.

Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) the Majority Leader has been awful stubborn about getting Garland through. Matter of fact, there are a handful of federal appointees wrangled up. It will Obama without most of his nominees confirmed.

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