Whether Comstock’s principled stand will be equally viewed as a “petty difference” or “treason” remains to be seen.
Today’s editorial round table, talking about Trump, Virginia politics and the future of the GOP. Another exciting edition of Virginia Politics on Demand.
Sasse: “I believe that most Americans can still be for limited government again — if they were given a winsome candidate who wanted Washington to focus on a small number of really important, urgent things — in a way that tried to bring people together instead of driving us apart.”
Congressional candidate LuAnn Bennett is too entangled in politically-connected real estate deals and government transactions to serve as a member of the House of Representatives. Voters can’t trust LuAnn Bennett.
So our party made what could possibly be the biggest mistake in it’s history. There’s no reason why we have to help that mistake.
Roughly eleven months ago, the tax-hikers in the Republican Party romped to victory in Virginia legislative primaries, and I began to ask if I really belonged in the GOP. After Trump’s coronation this afternoon, I have my answer: No.