Growing grass roots concern about the lack of Republican congressional support for President Trump has been demonstrated by the more than 18,000 conservatives who signed FedUp PAC petitions to the Republican Congressional leadership demanding a vigorous defense of President Trump. The petitions warn that if GOP leaders remain silent, Democrats will step up their attacks on the President and ov
Charlottesville is the new meme of the far left, the media, and even the establishment GOP in their effort to replace President Trump by any means. Those means include impeachment, and by some, assassination.
No longer do we hear Russia, Russia, Russia.
Conservatives want Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to resign his position and make way for a more effective leader, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.
More than 97% said that McConnell needs to be replaced by “someone who will fulfill Republican campaign promises.” Only about 2% agreed with McConnell that President Trump is demonstrating “excessive expectations.”
Conservatives want Congress to carry out thorough investigations of Democratic scandals and the flood of government leaks, according to a poll by FedUp PAC.
More than 97% criticized Republicans in Congress (who control investigations as the majority party) for “failing to be aggressive in investigating Democrats and government leakers.”
It’s something we hear a lot these days, whether we’re “winning” or “losing” at some endeavor -- the former being preferable to the latter, of course.
But in the broader sense, what does it mean to “win” in politics?