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    The Return of Paul Ryan

    I see he will be making a speech tonight that many will interpret as critical of Trumpism. I hope this signals his return to active politics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LDAHL View Post
    I hope this signals his return to active politics.
    Me too! I always admired his integrity.
    "Things should be made as simple as possible, but not one bit simpler." ~ Albert Einstein

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    Take back the party, Paul!

    Turn Rand upside down and shake that ridiculous Trumpism outta him get him back to making sense.

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    Ryan never impressed me. I would like to hear Liz Cheney, John Kasich, Tim Scott and Rand Paul speak. Maybe now that covid is over politicians will start coming back to New Hampshire.

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    I was impressed by Kasich in the 2016 election.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tybee View Post
    I was impressed by Kasich in the 2016 election.
    I knew he was doomed when he achieved every-Democratís-favorite-Republican status.

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    Haha. Good point.

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    I knew he was doomed when he achieved every-Democrat’s-favorite-Republican status.
    I know you're semi- in jest here, but honestly, is that sad or what. Here's a conservative that many center and even center-left people could get behind - real live bipartisanship in the making - and his party jettisons him because of it. As an Ohio (and therefore familiar w/Kasich as governor)Democrat and democrat, I would seriously have considered voting for him instead of Biden, given the chance. I don't like all of his positions, but I don't like all of Biden's, either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by early morning View Post
    I know you're semi- in jest here, but honestly, is that sad or what. Here's a conservative that many center and even center-left people could get behind - real live bipartisanship in the making - and his party jettisons him because of it. As an Ohio (and therefore familiar w/Kasich as governor)Democrat and democrat, I would seriously have considered voting for him instead of Biden, given the chance. I don't like all of his positions, but I don't like all of Biden's, either.
    Ditto. He talks sense unlike most others in his party. You can keep Ryan!

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    I donít think it was jettisoned so much as ignored.

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