|The dumbbells: Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer, Paul Ryan, Kevin McCarthy and Nancy Pelosi. They are the most toxic leaders in Congress.|
Democrats are cautiously optimistic that they could take back the House and Senate in 2018.
But are they blowing the horn too early?
Republicans are very unpopular. They have done nothing significant since Donald J. Trump took office. His agenda is being stalled and the public is getting tired of the delays, the vacations and the constant gridlock in Washington, DC.
The Republican Party is ridiculously stupid, inept and bothersome.
They failed at their promise to repeal Obamacare. They knew that if they repealed the Affordable Care Act, Americans will lose their health insurance.
Now the public wants Republicans to work with Democrats to get things done.
Most Americans want to Trump and Republicans to scrap the "repeal and replace" agenda. They want them to improve the healthcare law and move it forward.
The demise of the Affordable Care Act will be solely the Republicans fault. They know that if they repeal a law that could kick millions of Americans (and especially children), they could suffer at the polls.
Right now Republicans are viewed very unfavorably. Donald J. Trump in his first six months in office is the most divisive politician to hold the title.
It's pitiful that Republicans care about spending. The Republicans spend more taxpayer money on stupid shit. Then they turn around and blame Democrats for doing it.
The Republicans want to destroy the safety net, ban Muslims, ban immigrants and justify terrorist attacks against people of color.
Democrats aren't better either. They want to exploit grassroots activism for votes.