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We do not exist

The article, "How clueless is the RNC?" is a must read for anyone who is still attached to the post-Reagan Republican Party...

[...] Obviously, neither Reince Priebus nor anyone else at the RNC will read this blog item, since apparently they don't even know that blogs exist and are read by the most committed and intelligent political activists. But I [have] to say that is both shocking and pathetic

Note: Elizabeth Warren now sits in the United States Senate, in part because the GOP powers-that-be failed to take advantage of the excellent work Legal Insurrection did uncovering her lies and evasions about her claim of Cherokee ancestry.

A stunning display of political incompetence!

1 comment to We do not exist

  • asombra

    Not so much incompetence as inertia and false confidence that they'll be able to do business as usual and stay in the game indefinitely, which is their main priority--certainly a higher priority than doing what urgently needs to be done, let alone taking significant risks. Just as many if not most lawyers are all about winning the case, regardless of justice, all too many Republican pols are all about maintaining or improving their position, regardless of accomplishment. And yes, it is pathetic, and worse.