Republican Accuses Dems of ‘Bipartisanship’ Hypocrisy
According to Mick Mulvaney at The Hill, the Democrats’ claim of bipartisanship is nothing but a talking point. Mulvaney argues that by voting to oust Rep. Kevin McCarthy as speaker, despite him bringing a bipartisan funding bill to the floor that received more Democratic votes than Republican, the Democrats have shown no interest in true bipartisanship. Mulvaney suggests that this move by the Democrats will discourage future speakers from attempting to bring bipartisan bills to the House floor.
Conservative Critiques Chaos in Congress
Ingrid Jaques from USA Today criticizes the chaos in Congress, stating that it is a pointless distraction from the real issues facing the country. Jaques argues that ousting the speaker due to a small number of unhappy GOP representatives undermines the Republican Party’s credibility. Despite polls showing that voters trust Republicans over Democrats on key issues, Jaques believes that the party must stop sabotaging their chances for success.
Neoconservative Questions Migrants’ Trust in America
In an article for Commentary, Abe Greenwald questions why people from around the world are flocking to the United States if it is as bad as both right-wing and left-wing narratives claim. Greenwald suggests that America’s global cultural dominance provides people with a sense of opportunity and attracts them to the country. He argues that the current crisis in the United States is fueled by a shared devaluation of the nation’s self-image and proposes that understanding how migrants see the nation could be a solution.
Right-Wing View: Hunter Biden’s Impact on Ukraine Aid
The Wall Street Journal’s Holman W. Jenkins Jr warns that Joe Biden’s decision to seek a second term will inevitably entangle Ukraine aid with the Hunter Biden controversy. Jenkins highlights that Republicans have launched a formal impeachment inquiry, which will likely revisit Hunter Biden’s lost laptop and Joe Biden’s interactions with Hunter’s Ukrainian clients. This complicates the prospects of securing Republican support for more aid to Ukraine. Jenkins questions whether Joe Biden is sacrificing Ukraine’s interests for his own political ambitions.
RFK Jr’s Potential Impact on the 2024 Election
Nate Silver from The Free Press speculates on the potential impact of RFK Jr running as a third-party candidate. Silver points out that despite assumptions that Biden has more to lose than Trump in this scenario, Kennedy holds stronger favorable ratings among Republicans than Democrats. Additionally, Kennedy’s policy positions align with conservative stances on issues such as guns, abortion, vaccines, and Ukraine. Silver suggests that Kennedy could attract anti-Biden Democrats who may have voted for Trump in the previous election. The outcome of Kennedy’s candidacy could have uncertain consequences for both Biden and Trump.
— Compiled by The Post Editorial Board
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