I don't think you are going to find much disagreement that she is a loon. They exist on both sides.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Says Joining Military Is 'Throwing Your Life Away'
Georgia congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has said joining the military is like "throwing your life away" due to President Joe Biden's foreign policies.
Speaking to former Fox News host Lou Dobbs' podcast on April 9, Greene listed other reasons why people should not join the military, including the vaccine mandate and "woke" training.
I've said this before, but Congress should go through a voir dire type of process that you see on juries. Republicans get to strike the loons they don't like, and the Democrats get to strike the loons they don't like. We'd get rid of all the loons that way.I don't think you are going to find much disagreement that she is a loon. They exist on both sides.
My list wasn't meant to be exhaustive. Far from it.Cory Booker? Adam Schiff?
For every Cruz, Graham and Gaetz, there's a Pelosi, Schumer and Nadler. Just some awful people in Washington DC.
Trump says that if he gets reelected he will change the law so that he can personally fire any and every federal employee in the country.My list wasn't meant to be exhaustive. Far from it.
I think some people enter office with relatively good intentions. Then Washington basically turns them into scum. And yet half the country thinks Washington should wield MORE power and influence (rather than cities, counties and States). That mindset is mind boggling to me.
I get that these are the names that Republicans constantly attack and ridicule, and their political beliefs are in conflict with Republicans.Ocasio-Cortez, Omar, Tlaib and Bush.
My guy. Matt Geatz just posted this tweet this morning. It is Matt's tweet that is of interest here.I think its funny how the New York Times today comes out with an article showing that the GOP leadership duo of McCarthy and McConnell hate the Republican base.
Here's the deal - we already knew.
This isn't groundbreaking for those of us paying attention. But I guess in the New York Times bubble, this is some grand revelation.
Trump says that if he gets reelected he will change the law so that he can personally fire any and every federal employee in the country.