Republican strategist Rick Tyler did not mince his words. He said that the Republicans in Congress now are not intelligent enough; instead, they are too stupid to be there.
Republican Strategist says it plainly. The GOP has nothing to offer other than suppressing the vote of those unlikely to vote for them.
Dr. Fauci did not disappoint as he calmly made it clear that Senator Rand Paul, supposedly a doctor of some time, is nothing but a quack. And he did it civilly.
I was pleasantly surprised to hear a Conservative Republican realize that claiming one is pro-life and healthcare, not a right is mutually exclusive.
Cynthia Nixon did not run or cower from the standard Republican question about rich people and corporations fleeing a state because of tax hikes.
Even as he fires Rick Tyler, his communications director, Ted Cruz leaves the door open that anyone listening to the interview may think tweet is true.
Ted Cruz’s spokesman illustrates why Republicans are so singularly misguided based on how their leaders avoid telling the truth by obfuscation.