The Morning Briefing: The Idiocy of Republicans Boycotting GA Runoffs Has to Stop

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by Stephen Kruiser

Don’t Be Those Republicans

Happy Thursday, dear Kruiser Morning Briefing friends. Tacos taste just as good today as they do on Tuesdays. Just sayin’.

Well here we go. I wasn’t sure I wanted to delve into this hot mess but it’s getting kind of ridiculous. This post-election stuff has been annoyingly polarizing here on the conservative side of the aisle. Nuance has been thrown right the hell out of the window and everybody is full of “My way or the highway!” People complain no matter which position I take on anything but I’ve always stuck with my own counsel on matters like this.

As I’ve mentioned many a time, this ain’t my first rodeo. I’ve been a conservative political activist for thirty-six years. Put bluntly and egotistically: I greatly value my own opinion.

I could pretend that I want to be diplomatic about all that is going on but the things that are irritating me are REALLY irritating me. Read the rest HERE.

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1 Response to The Morning Briefing: The Idiocy of Republicans Boycotting GA Runoffs Has to Stop

  1. The Flash says:

    Just another example of Republicans shooting themselves in the foot again, just like they do in EVERY election with the abortion issue.

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