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Todd Telford
  With Marco Rubio voicing his intent to vote against the GOP tax reform bill as it currently stands, one has to examine how his motives for such a move play into his long-term aspirations. At first glance, this may seem to position him as defying the party mainstream, a rebel not willing to go down with a GOP sinking ship. With Roy Moore’s loss in Alabama, the GOP has seen that even their voter suppression tactics can’t protect a bad candidate in a red state. Where races might be closer, like almost all of the remaining nation, the ability to retain both sides of Congress might be in serious jeopardy. Moreover (sorry), the Moore loss also showed just how willing conservatives
Friday, 15 December 2017