There is no “good Republican”.
— No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen (@NoLieWithBTC) January 16, 2023
2/ It's important not to lose the forest for the trees here. What they're proposing really isn't possible. This got hashed out in 2011. It's best seen as a way to try to blame it on the White House when the USG does go into debt default.
— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) January 13, 2023
🚨NEW: Bob Spindell, a GOP member of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, publicly praised GOP policies that lowered voter turnout among Black-Americans during the 2020 election.
Spindell credited GOP policies for lowering voter participation.https://t.co/fInvOnJ6zG
— The Intellectualist (@highbrow_nobrow) January 13, 2023
The main reason Reagan attacked the social safety net is because the civil rights movement forced government to be inclusive and once those benefits went to minorities too the benefits themselves came under attack. That where "welfare queen"came from and why. https://t.co/C0LS4mZLni
— Michelle_BYoung (@michelle_byoung) January 15, 2023
The only thing😠
The only thing stopping millions of Americans from receiving the Biden-Harris Administration’s one-time student debt relief is a lawsuit brought by Republican officials and special interests.
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) January 14, 2023
I really don't think everyone is alarmed enough about this republican plan to replace the federal income tax with a 30% sales tax. Sure they won't be able to do it for two years but what happens if we don't keep the Senate and the presidency in 2024?
— Donuts before Bronuts (@kilday_morgan) January 14, 2023
🚨🚨 House Republicans plan to revive a key part of their failed 2017 attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act as a debt limit demand, in addition to demanding Medicare cuts.
"If you don't kick millions off their health care we'll wreck the US economy." https://t.co/bOsKydETAm
— Rep. Don Beyer (@RepDonBeyer) January 13, 2023