And will pay for it next year if they don’t get their stuff together. Kurt Schlichter has some great ideas on what they need to do.
Here’s a good idea for a first step – work as hard as we do. Let’s see some late-night sessions. Let’s see some five day work weeks – and even some working on weekends. We work weekends. I work weekends. I’m writing this on a weekend. Why not you?
And let’s see you cancel the August recess. Work. We keep hearing about how you “don’t have time” to do your jobs, but then you propose to vanish in August? Hey, how about staying around that sticky, sweaty swamp of a city through August and getting your job done? I’m going to be working in August. Everyone else I know is going to be working in August. You bums need to work during August too.
And no, you don’t need to “come home to touch base with your voters.” We don’t want to see you here. We want to see you back in D.C., enacting the agenda we elected you to enact instead of chillin’ out at your crib and attending town halls filled with paid leftist shills where you tell us that you don’t have time to do what you’re being paid to do.
Cut our taxes, like the GOP promised.
Rebuild our military, like the GOP promised.
Fix infrastructure (wisely), like the GOP promised.
Build a wall, like the GOP promised.
Kill Obamacare, like the GOP promised.
Oh, and how about recruiting some decent GOP candidates? Karen Handel seems like a nice lady, but she’s lousy at politics so she never should have gotten in the race. Her upcoming loss is going to motivate our enemies, and we can’t have that. We don’t have the luxury of letting nice people who are crummy candidates be our nominees. We need winners, not losers.