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    @<a href="#comment-2362335" rel="nofollow">An Interested Party</a>: Mitch McConnell made a play that subtracted 1 democrat SCOTUS appointment and add 2 Conservative appointments to that same court. We won't even mention the lower courts he's stacking up young conservative judges in like cord wood. Why should he be asked to step aside? He's doing his job and riding a string of republican victories. Meanwhile, in Dem lala land where accountability is offensive...You have another leadership team who's high water mark so far against the biggest buffoon in Presidential history is a paltry +30 advantage in the house. And this the heels of an incredibly popular 2-term President. If her team were winning...no one would care that she's old and unlikable. The aren't winning however...and in any other winning organization...leadership would be asked to step aside. Why does your team enjoy losing and moral victories so much? Isn't it time to play to win? For starters....to ask who is Pelosi' s alternative is to discount people simply on the basis of name recognition. There are 200+ Dem house members...I'm sure several of them have the intelligence and skills to make a great speaker. Pelosi should be that person's mentor. Great leaders tend to grooming young talent. Selfish ones typically stiffle it.


    @An Interested Party: Mitch McConnell made a play that subtracted 1 democrat SCOTUS appointment and add 2 Conservative appointments to that same court. We won’t even mention the lower courts he’s stacking up young conservative judges in like cord wood.

    Why should he be asked to step aside? He’s doing his job and riding a string of republican victories.

    Meanwhile, in Dem lala land where accountability is offensive…You have another leadership team who’s high water mark so far against the biggest buffoon in Presidential history is a paltry +30 advantage in the house. And this the heels of an incredibly popular 2-term President. If her team were winning…no one would care that she’s old and unlikable. The aren’t winning however…and in any other winning organization…leadership would be asked to step aside.

    Why does your team enjoy losing and moral victories so much? Isn’t it time to play to win? For starters….to ask who is Pelosi’ s alternative is to discount people simply on the basis of name recognition. There are 200+ Dem house members…I’m sure several of them have the intelligence and skills to make a great speaker. Pelosi should be that person’s mentor. Great leaders tend to grooming young talent. Selfish ones typically stiffle it.



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    Published on 15 Nov 2018 at 04:58AM

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