Political pygmy Adam Kinzinger has joined other “original thinkers” of the D.C. uniparty in forging a “new” Republican Party.
The outward aim: Reclaim the “precious” GOP from the “deforming” clutches of Trump, whom Kinzinger also voted to impeach. But there is also the benefit of joining other young GOPers, Nancy Mace comes to mind, on the guest list at MSNBC, CNN, to bigger and better things.
With his Creepy First initiative, Kinzinger’s evinces his inability to comprehending that, for him, the “Country” ought to comprise of constituents. It is the lead of his constituents that Kinzinger is obliged to follow.
“The Republican Party has lost its way. If we are to lead again, we need to muster the courage to remember who we are.”
“We need to remember what we believe and why we believe it,” he continued. “Looking in the mirror can be hard, but the time has come to choose what kind of party we will be, and what kind of future we’ll fight to bring about.” (CNN)
And, while we’re at it, can we please quit rabbiting on about the fabric of the great military (in Kinzinger’s case the reserve)? Isn’t it obvious the military is a cesspool of leftism, statism, interventionism, propositionalism, and other, subordinate, poisonous doctrines?
Adam Kinzinger is a “five-term Illinois congressman, who “has served as a pilot with the Wisconsin Air National Guard for years and will be deployed to Arizona for two weeks. He has served three previous tours along the southwest border and has also deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan.” (Wikipedia)