Conservatives want President Trump to veto any bill that writes Obama’s DACA amnesty into law, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.
Encouraging such prosperity would naturally include creating a tax structure that promotes all the good things about economics – consumer saving, investing and yes, spending.
To get more money in people’s pockets, cut their taxes. It’s what the GOP’s all about, right?
A Washington insider explains how the Republican establishment wants to weaken and make President Trump irrelevant.
Robert Kagan of the Brooking Institution described how it would be done in a recent Washington Post column. A coalition made of up Democrats and some Republicans would work jointly to block passage of the President’s agenda and put together veto-proof majorities that could pass anti-Trump legislation.
There is certainly a hefty load of compassion from Democrats and a good lot of establishment Republicans for all of the “DREAMERS” affected by this decision, but what about the people who have been negatively impacted for decades by illegal immigrants coming to this country taking jobs, consuming resources and depressing the cost of labor?
Conservatives blame Republican establishment leaders in Congress for President Trump’s below average poll ratings according to a poll by FedUp PAC.
More than 98% blamed GOP leaders for not “aggressively defending Trump, instead of giving Democrats a monopoly in the media” for their attacks on the President.
Conservatives hope that President Trump will play an active role in Republican primaries, supporting conservative challengers against Republicans-in-Name-Only (RINO’s) next year.
More than 95% say that Trump should go all-out to replace the RINO’s with “constitutional conservatives who will help the President keep his campaign promises.”
As CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie explained in his book TAKEOVER, the first and most important impediment to governing America according to conservative principles is not the Democrats, it is the establishment Republicans who have proven to be singularly uninterested in making good on any of the campaign promises they made, or President Trump made, in 2016.
Among Republican senators up for reelection next year, Jeff Flake of Arizona stands out as the one who most needs to be replaced by someone who will be loyal to the populist-conservative agenda that put Donald Trump in the White House.
Daniel Horowitz at Conservative Review wrote, "Flake is the embodiment of the intellectually bankrupt party that gave rise to Trump."
Sen. Flake is the kind of politician FedUp PAC was created to help replace.
If there was anything good to come from the aftermath of the Charlottesville riots and the left’s (and the Washington GOP establishment’s) hysterical reaction to President Donald Trump’s handling of the matter, it’s the fact that no one seems to be talking about Russia anymore.