It seems that Red State politicians have a lot to answer to their constituents. While they like to blame others it is clear they have failed policies.
Analyzing which states are net payers and which are net receivers is complex but it is clear that the red states are takers in the aggregate.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo had a response ready for President Trump. When talking about bailing out New York it is Red State politicians who lose the argument.
Denish D’Sousa gave an ill-advised rant on Fox News where he taunted Blue States about the spread of COVID-19 being much worse than in the Red States.
Red States should not buy in too deeply into their own narrative as they are very dependent on the Blue States. It is important that they know that.
Very few of the masses voting for Donald Trump will ultimately get any benefits out of his policies. In fact, they are now paying for those tax cuts.
Many would just ignore this misinformed Twitter user as someone that is not worth engaging because of his delusional misinformation. But WAIT!
When your conservative neighbor starts talking about the evils of liberalism remind them that family values are more rampant in the Blue States.
Republicans are masters of misinforming Americans. Not even with the help of their well-funded think tanks will they get away from Trumpcare’s stench.
Why are Red State Senate Democrats over performing? Incumbent Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY)) is effectively tied with Alison Lundergan Grimes (D-KY) at (46%/45%). Incumbent Democratic Senator Mark Pryor (D-AR) is beating Republican Congressman Tom Cotton (51%/41%). Georgia Democratic Senatorial Candidate Michelle Nunn (D-GA) is running from within 4 points to even to […]