Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America scrutinize Ilhan Omar’s call to impeach President Trump in the aftermath of his racially-charged Twitter tirade. They discuss Joe Biden recycling an old Obamacare sales pitch for his new healthcare reform plan. And they try to figure out why former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford is considering a challenge to Trump in the 2020 Republican primary.

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  1. Arahant Member
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    Our friends may do us no favors, but thank the good Lord for our enemies!

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  2. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    Who has thought of Bill Weld or Mark Stanford in the past 4 years? Its like buying a lottery ticket for these guys, they’ll never win anything but they might get a book deal or a cable tv talk show out of it – or if they campaign on an issue effectively enough – they might get some appointment in the new administration on that issue.

    Why not bum around Iowa and New Hampshire for awhile? Get out of the house, meet some new and interesting people. Maybe make a friend or 2 along the way … Could become the script for a Hope & Crosby road movie…

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  3. Arahant Member
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Who has thought of Bill Weld or Mark Stanford in the past 4 years? Its like buying a lottery ticket for these guys, they’ll never win anything but they might get a book deal or a cable tv talk show out of it – or if they campaign on an issue effectively enough – they might get some appointment in the new administration on that issue.

    Why not bum around Iowa and New Hampshire for awhile? Get out of the house, meet some new and interesting people. Maybe make a friend or 2 along the way … Could become the script for a Hope & Crosby road movie…

    You make it sound like fun. Maybe I should throw my hat in the ring.

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  4. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Who has thought of Bill Weld or Mark Stanford in the past 4 years? Its like buying a lottery ticket for these guys, they’ll never win anything but they might get a book deal or a cable tv talk show out of it – or if they campaign on an issue effectively enough – they might get some appointment in the new administration on that issue.

    Why not bum around Iowa and New Hampshire for awhile? Get out of the house, meet some new and interesting people. Maybe make a friend or 2 along the way … Could become the script for a Hope & Crosby road movie…

    You make it sound like fun. Maybe I should throw my hat in the ring.

    It is fun. Why do you think all these lazy malcontents do it?

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  5. FredGoodhue Coolidge
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Who has thought of Bill Weld or Mark Stanford in the past 4 years? Its like buying a lottery ticket for these guys, they’ll never win anything but they might get a book deal or a cable tv talk show out of it – or if they campaign on an issue effectively enough – they might get some appointment in the new administration on that issue.

    Why not bum around Iowa and New Hampshire for awhile? Get out of the house, meet some new and interesting people. Maybe make a friend or 2 along the way … Could become the script for a Hope & Crosby road movie…

    Stanford could campaign in Argentina.

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  6. OccupantCDN Coolidge
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    FredGoodhue (View Comment):

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Who has thought of Bill Weld or Mark Stanford in the past 4 years? Its like buying a lottery ticket for these guys, they’ll never win anything but they might get a book deal or a cable tv talk show out of it – or if they campaign on an issue effectively enough – they might get some appointment in the new administration on that issue.

    Why not bum around Iowa and New Hampshire for awhile? Get out of the house, meet some new and interesting people. Maybe make a friend or 2 along the way … Could become the script for a Hope & Crosby road movie…

    Stanford could campaign in Argentina.

    He already convinced one to “pull his lever”

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  7. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
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    Biden plagiarizing again, this time from his old boss.

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  8. merumsal Member
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    Jim Geraghty said,

    “. . . I will never apologize, I will never back down, I will never modulate or adjust what I said. . . .”  Trump brought that style to politics.

    I think this behavior far precedes President Trump.

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  9. Ralphie Inactive
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    merumsal (View Comment):

    Jim Geraghty said,

    “. . . I will never apologize, I will never back down, I will never modulate or adjust what I said. . . .” Trump brought that style to politics.

    I think this behavior far precedes President Trump.

    And if it is what you believe, you shouldn’t back down, it is more honest than those that say “you can keep your insurance………………..” while knowing you can’t.  

    What Geraghty said, was when you are wrong, you don’t back down, but I kind of agree with Trump that those 4 are ungrateful for all the blessings they’ve had come their way, and should go back and experience those places they think are better, those they came from. Multi ethnic is different than multi cultural.

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  10. kedavis Member
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    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Who has thought of Bill Weld or Mark Stanford in the past 4 years? Its like buying a lottery ticket for these guys, they’ll never win anything but they might get a book deal or a cable tv talk show out of it – or if they campaign on an issue effectively enough – they might get some appointment in the new administration on that issue.

    Why not bum around Iowa and New Hampshire for awhile? Get out of the house, meet some new and interesting people. Maybe make a friend or 2 along the way … Could become the script for a Hope & Crosby road movie…

    No matter what else, they get referred to as “(former) presidential candidate” for the rest of their life, at least by the left/media.

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