Time for GOP to stand ground

The Washington Times Daily - - EDITORIAL - GRE­GORY J. TOPLIFF War­renville, S.C.

The Democrats have proven by deed that they are not in­ter­ested in rep­re­sent­ing the Amer­i­can peo­ple, nor are they in­ter­ested in bring­ing us to­gether. They are con­tin­u­ing Pres­i­dent Obama’s game plan to di­vide and con­quer. As long as they can cre­ate chaos and ob­struct our new pres­i­dent in any way they can, they are do­ing their best to kill democ­racy as we know it. From elect­ing a new Supreme Court jus­tice, to sanc­tu­ary ci­ties and blam­ing Pres­i­dent Trump for col­lud­ing with Rus­sia, they lie and ob­struct with im­punity.

Old patho­log­i­cal liars like for­mer Na­tional Se­cu­rity Ad­vi­sor Su­san Rice, who blamed the death of our am­bas­sador to Beng­hazi and his men on a video, has now crawled out from un­der her rock to in­volve her­self in an­other de­spi­ca­ble na­tional in­ci­dent in­volv­ing clas­si­fied in­for­ma­tion leaked to the public. In one in­ter­view she de­nies any knowl­edge of what tran­spired. In an­other she con­tra­dicts her­self, prov­ing she lied again.

As it stands, the bi­ased news me­dia and left-lean­ing Democrats are com­ing out of the wood­work to de­fend her just as they de­fended Mr. Obama when he said there wasn’t a “smidgen” of cor­rup­tion by the IRS, his plan for health care would save ev­ery­one $2,500 a year and ev­ery­one who liked their doc­tors could keep their doc­tors.

The Democrats are not the so­lu­tion to our coun­tries woes; they are the prob­lem. For eight long years the Repub­li­cans let the Democrats beat them into sub­mis­sion. Now it’s time for the GOP to grow a back­bone and stand their ground. They must fight the fight on be­half of the peo­ple and hold ac­count­able those guilty of de­fy­ing our laws.

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