Instead of bemoaning their inability to become opportunists at the
Presidents', and the nations' expense, wouldn't it be better to
suggest that it's too bad they can't show some leadership right now?
Isn't this just a repeat performance of the last time they weren't in
the White House?Spend the entire time looking for a loophole to get the
democrat out instead of doing their job?They spent $100,000,000 trying to
get Clinton impeached and that didn't work either,cause he
wasn't the coward or the criminal Nixon was and didn't run away as
they had hoped when they bet our tax dollars on their political scheme.Bring some ideas besides trickle down, and business before people.
The evangelical right certainly worked against Mitt Romney two different
election cycles with a lot of misinformation from Governors Huckabee and Perry
and the State of South Carolina. The Eagle Forum in this state has put a
majority of the Legislators and influence with the Governor and the Attorney
General. Of course, the Tea-Party non-governed with many factions of its own
chose the Republican party to influence instead of the Democratic party as some
of the Tea-Party had Republican inside influence. There has not been a unified
movement within the Republican Party. With all these organizations, the believe
that the end justifies the means. That signifies that truth or integrity is not
as important as getting their changes made against the federal government. They
even believe that many of the Republicans in Utah along with the Government are
evil and will do things to be like the Government. Parties in charge of the
Congress has mainly been Democrats for decades except for short times when the
Republicans garner some advantage as they get more votes for one cycle. Inside
government, we have to have people that are trustworthy and have integrity.
That is missing for all Parties.
Momentum? The GOP has no momentum. Even with the Democrats and BO's woes,
the country seems to have no interest in supporting the GOP. They lost
congressional seats in the last election, their candidate for President lost
handily, and their public approval ratings for the job they are doing remains
very low. To gain momentum they need strong candidates for office and to be
right on the issues. Americans see neither right now.