The case against the Republican Party

Jonathan Rauch and Benjamin Wittes at The Atlantic argue that the time has come for everyone, liberals and conservatives and everyone else, to boycott the Republican Party. They’re very clear about their reasoning: the Republican Party “has proved unable or unwilling (mostly unwilling) to block assaults by Trump and his base on the rule of law. Those assaults, were they to be normalized, would pose existential, not incidental, threats to American democracy.”

Boycott the Republican Party

If you want the Republican Party to be a functional political party at some point in the future, you have to vote against it now.

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One Response to “The case against the Republican Party”

  1. Dave Switzer Says:

    Here’s President Obama’s eloquent description of what’s happened to the Republican party…

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