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The subject is worthy. They enlist Washington insiders to paint a picture of how Speaker Paul Ryan and President Hillary Clinton might work together or not next year.
When the House Republicans convened to elect Ryan as their leader and candidate for Speaker of the House, the vote waswhich might sound like an overwhelming endorsement. But it was actually 18 votes shy of a majority of the members of the full House. In the end, when the real vote happened on the House floor, only nine Republicans voted against him and he was elevated to the Speakership with votes.
In other words, his opponents relented in the end even though they could have denied him a majority if they had been willing to go to the wall. In other words, Ryan faces a world where he has less support within his caucus than he had when he first asked for their endorsement as Speaker.
And the number of them who are going to be terrified of a primary challenge if they support Ryan the next time around is going to be close to one hundred percent. One final consideration is that House leaders do not always survive presiding over an election in which their party suffers significant losses.
Add it all up, and I see very little chance that Ryan would win an election within his own caucus. Too many of them would have reasons to either resent him or to fear the repercussions of voting for him.
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But Rothman thinks that this can be done globally by all parties, without finger pointing or assignations of blame. Reviving the heated internecine squabbles of and earlier is a dead end.
Whatever anyone did in this annus horribilis must be forgiven. Did you endorse Trump? Did you oppose him?
Did you rail against his program? Did you find merit in the nobility of the outrage into which he tapped? None of that matters. All is water under the bridge.
Spiliakos immediately seizes on this aspiration as unrealistic. There are several problems with this. First, trying to get Trump supporters to admit that they and their ideas are the reasons for losing the White House, losing Congress, and basically ruining America is going to go over badly.
Second, it is galling to do this under pretext of not wanting to relitigate the primaries. Third, and most important, this condemnation of Trumpism as distinct from Donald Trump is not obviously true. All must take stock of our roles in leading the GOP into this cul-de-sac. They should not have to fear the Star Chambers in doing so.
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To a certain degree, these conversations have the character of whistling past the graveyard because they assume that the shattered eggshell scattered along the base of the wall can be glued back together satisfactorily provided that the right epoxy is found and utilized.
But Rothman, in particular, is advocating something that manifestly will not happen. They are still able to succeed because they are extremely good at fighting each news cycle with a coherent and unified message that is carefully crafted to create an us vs.
You have to look at all the things they do that make winning Georgia easy for them. The same is true of parties, which is why I identified Obama as an outlier eight years ago, because he was focused as much on building an organization to win as he was on winning rhetorical arguments with his opponents.
The reason I early on concluded that Sanders had no chance at the nomination was as much about how late he got started and how little progress he made uniting elected progressives and progressive organizers as it was about his standing with the black vote.
And the reason I am bullish on Trump collapsing is only partly about his staggering flaws as a human being. The Republicans cannot hold their own people in line without a unified and disciplined and tribalized message that is very well funded and never internally contradicted.
It all looks pretty spot-on to me.
The social conservatives are divided but they came on board a little more easily than I anticipated.The original film follows the lives of the employees of a Los Angeles car wash over the course of a single day.
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