The only way to drain the DC swamp is out with the old and in with the new

Jeffrey Rendall

If an “upheaval” is indeed on tap for next year, it couldn’t get here soon enough. The calendar says it’s the end of the first week of October, going on nine months since President Trump was inaugurated. It’s safe to say in January conservatives and Republicans were brimming with confidence and hope that their long-awaited agenda expectations could at last go from the idea phase on the drawing board to the implemented stage in America’s cities and towns. 

All congressional Republicans would need to do is legislate, and with majorities in both lawmaking chambers and a seemingly non-ideological president eager to sign some bills, the pathway to doing so seemed open and the political winds highly favorable.

It certainly hasn’t turned out that way for a number of reasons but mostly due to the establishment’s fecklessness. 


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