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“The scenes over the weekend were almost as if a multitrillion-dollar war machine had morphed into a garage sale.” @Tmgneff reports at Kandahar Air Base. A jarring dispatch for those of us there in Jan 2002, when the Army arrived. https://t.co/dFf2KdHoEs
An anti-Trump GOP congressional candidate in Texas lost his race and says he is worried about the future of his party. Some people won't "call themselves Republicans if we don't move past...this horrible cult of personality we built up around Donald Trump," Michael Wood says. https://t.co/48tpJmHW2y
There are many signs of the times. The outcome of this race is not one of them. https://t.co/L7dyDJI6LY
Tons of rich texture in @elainaplott's deep dive into the TX GOP, but stick around for the post-election rally scene (and the kicker.) Election integrity bit is great turnout fodder, but the logical conclusion gets dark. https://t.co/TobcTzZx9b https://t.co/lOKikReBfk
"The Republican Party — in Texas, in America — was 'over' and 'done,' he said. The Communists had taken control of system, and they had already picked their winners. And so he had made up his mind, he said: He would never vote in a federal election again." https://t.co/dFWn40KCTB
I see some parallels between the TX GOP & NM GOP (such as the struggle between party moderates and more extreme members) but obviously the biggest difference is the NM GOP has recently been so electorally ineffective that the governing struggles seem like such a luxury. #nmpol https://t.co/WHkQoE1v6T
This is an important point. The intraparty struggles in the Texas GOP will have little to no bearing on their ability to maintain power, electorally speaking (they're about to draw two more congressional seats!). But they have a lot to do with how those electeds choose to govern. https://t.co/uTbkgzZA8G
This wild @elainaplott story on the fracturing Texas GOP reminds me of the kid in MONEYBALL who was so scared of tripping over the bases that he didn't know he had homered. Except now it's as if he decided baseball is Communist and rigged. https://t.co/Ok6ldF7bjv