Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are fully aware that Democrats may have a good year in the midterms but Tuesday’s primary results suggest the Democrats still have a long way to go in Texas.  However, they don’t like the departure of chief Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn and they really don’t like that Trump’s surprise announcement on new tariffs is the reason for it.  And they confront a growing trend on the left demonizing people for driving or even having cars.  Jim points out it’s because urban liberals cannot fathom that anyone lives a different way than they do and Greg suggests that when lefties decide they don’t want something then no one else is allowed to have it either.

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  1. Israel P. Member
    Israel P.
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    Fox Butterfield wants to know why if so many Democrats voted early,  they didn’t maintain their lead through election day.

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  2. Texmoor Coolidge
    Texmoor
    @Texmoor

    O’Rourke did poorly in the Rio Grande Valley even though he uses a fake Spanish name. Texas Hispanics are not the same as in California. Being from El Paso which is in another time zone doesn’t help either, lol

    An who the H@$% is that guy seriously talking about taking away cars?!

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  3. A-Squared Coolidge
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    A link to the car tweets

     

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