Last Friday, the Washington, D.C. Republican Party stated that it has no interest in the concerns expressed by Republican voters outside the Beltway.
Ronna Romney McDaniel, chairwoman of the Republican National Committee (RNC), was reelected. This was the subtle tactic of the establishment GOP to show its support for a Republican Party base that is struggling with finding reasons to stick with it.
Ronna McDaniel was elected RNC president in her first three terms. Her job is such a disaster that she would have been fired as a coach in the NFL. If she had any humanity or shame, she would have resigned.
She is a Romney and needs infantile attention like her Uncle Willard.
Unsane observers might say, “There’s no way that they’re giving control to that woman for a fourth time.” But Sanity and the national GOP rarely bump into each other, as McDaniel’s win shows. This is why the battle for the speaker’s seat last month was so original and interesting.
The Republican Party now faces the challenge to enter the most important presidential election in American history. In real America, voters are disengaged with Washington’s string-pullers, especially the RNC. McDaniel will ensure that this holds true for the next two years.
Many will reply with “Who cares?” “They don’t get any money anyway. ”
Although it is better to support candidates directly than the RNC, it is still important that someone competent and savvy is in charge. She is not someone who wants to just hear Nero’s voice.
McDaniel will continue to be the RNC’s fourth-term president. The old-school big-money donors will raise more money than any money withheld from us in the hinterlands. Mittens will still be in charge to ensure that the money isn’t spent in a wasteful manner.
I was so upset at the RNC’s mistakes in reelecting McDaniel that I waited almost a week before writing this column.
I may have finally seen the silver lining after a few days.
People paid me to write about politics. This election received more attention than usual. I don’t give them much thought. I do know that McDaniel doesn’t want another chance after the mistakes of the previous three elections.
Perhaps the confirmation that the D.C. Republican Party will not have the support of the American Republican Party could encourage people to get involved with candidates. With no reinforcements from House of Ronna, I can see people getting up off the sidelines.
It’s a thought.
Couples therapy will not help the estrangement between the RNC base and RNC. Republicans have gotten used to fighting Republicans before they can take on Democrats.
I have political fantasies that they don’t.