Opinion: California Republicans have been reduced to a foil for Democrats. That’s not good for anyone

California Republicans have been reduced to a foil for Democrats. That’s not good for anyone

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Steve Garvey, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate speaks during his election night watch party in Palm Desert on Super Tuesday, March 5, 2024. Photo by Taya Gray, Reuters

Steve Garvey, Republican candidate for U.S. Senate speaks during his election night watch party in Palm Desert on Super Tuesday, March 5, 2024. [Photo by Taya Gray, Reuters]

The Republican Party established the citizens initiative, referendum and recall in California. It championed tax increases, gun control and expanded abortion rights. Earl Warren, a former state party chair and U.S. Supreme Court chief justice, looked forward to welcoming 10,000 new immigrants every Monday when he served as governor.

The GOP now has a new role in the nation’s biggest state: a foil for Democrats.

That’s not good news for California. It’s not even good news for Democrats, whose one-party rule grows ever more calcified and arrogant in the absence of meaningful debate. But it’s where we are.

Two races underscored that reality on Tuesday. In the campaigns for district attorney of Los Angeles and that to succeed Dianne Feinstein in the U.S. Senate, early returns show that conservative candidates may have nosed their way into run-offs. If the results hold, they will have provided paths to victory for Democrats – and in one case, a Democrat who is supremely vulnerable.

At the state level, Rep. Adam Schiff created the contest he wanted. He was more concerned about facing a challenger from his left in November, so he artfully advertised for Republican Steve Garvey, boosting the former baseball star without any political experience, message or ideas into the run-off.

Garvey has declined to state who he is supporting for president and responds to almost every question by insisting he will bring “common sense” and “compassion” to Washington. He was a better-than-average player for the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Diego Padres, but if Garvey belongs in the Senate, Willie Mays should be president.

All of which made him bait for Schiff.

Garvey now faces off against the man who brought him to the party. It cost Schiff millions to get Garvey this far, but the ballplayer’s free ride is over, and with it, any realistic chance of actually winning.

Gascón could face a conservative – in L.A.

In Los Angeles, meanwhile, incumbent District Attorney George Gascón did not engineer his run-off as Schiff did, but he also got the one he wanted. For Gascón, the real political danger was posed by Democratic candidates just to his right. They threatened to isolate him on the left and sweep the broad center of a liberal electorate, leaving Gascón with a narrow band of progressives and an abysmal approval rating – somewhere around 20%.

Instead, Gascón may luck into the opponent he most hoped for: former federal prosecutor Nathan Hochman, whose sizable war chest and slightly hysterical characterizations of Los Angeles as a city and county at the edge of chaos were enough to draw him close to 18% of the vote as of Wednesday morning, with about half of ballots counted.

Hochman, who ran two years ago as a Republican for attorney general, now faces the same problem that Garvey does: His electorate has enough Republicans to elbow him into a run-off but not nearly enough to secure him a victory unless he attracts Democratic support.

He has a better lane than Garvey. Hochman is an experienced prosecutor with a message, and he will temper some of his dystopian rhetoric now that he no longer has to worry about competition from the law-and-order right. And Gascón is vulnerable to any opponent with a pulse.

Still, Hochman must contend with the fact that he’s a recently converted Republican in a part of the world that doesn’t have much use for Republicans.

How the GOP could come back

This is music for Democrats, of course, but not great for California. One-party rule narrows debate and alternatives. Whatever you think of Garvey, it’s discouraging that the ideas California Republicans once espoused now can be easily ignored by ruling Democrats.

This is the state that gave us Warren, Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan, Republicans who once connected with California priorities. They saw the value of environmental protection – as president, Nixon created the EPA – and celebrated the contributions of immigrants.

Those with long memories or access to history books will recall that conservatives in California once welcomed migrant labor, while César Chávez was among those advocating for tighter border controls, since those immigrants competed for jobs with members of his union.

Warren built roads and universities and was willing to raise taxes to invest in the state’s future. He championed universal health care and liked to say that his job required him to provide for 10,000 new Californians every week. He was elected three times – once, in 1946, as the nominee of both the Republican and Democratic parties.

As for Reagan, the icon of modern conservatism, he raised taxes, supported gun control and expanded abortion rights as California’s governor.

But the Republican Party has slipped away from that history and positioned itself increasingly out of step with most Californians. This is a state that prizes its environment – a state office building bears the slogan “Bring me men to match my mountains” – values individual autonomy and hence abortion rights, and has a long history and relationship with Latin America.

As the party, particularly under the captive ownership of Donald Trump, has moved away from those positions, it has moved away from California.

No wonder that Trump loathes the state. Complaining in the wake of his 2016 victory against Hillary Clinton, the sore-winner alleged that “millions and millions of people” voted illegally in California, denying him a victory here (that’s a lie, of course). And he has since criticized the state for its efforts to safeguard illegal immigrants and combat climate change, among other things. His solution to wildfires was to argue that California should do a better job raking the forest.

Caught in the familiar tug between support for those policies and support for their party’s de facto leader, state Republicans have mostly tried to bite their tongues, a la Garvey.

That keeps Trump off their backs, but it also makes them seem cowardly – indeed, it’s evidence of actual cowardice. Today, there are almost twice as many Democrats and nearly as many independents in California as there are Republicans.

The party could find its way back. It could welcome immigrants, support abortion rights and join the effort to combat climate change (the state’s last Republican governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger, was a leader on climate policies). That would be good for the party, of course, and good for the state, too.

Until then, it will put up candidates like Steve Garvey – and lose.

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Gosh
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Gosh
3 months ago

The GOP does support immigrants, legal ones. Running across a border is not the same thing as naturalizing oneself.

Does anyone truly believe that abortion should be allowed up to and including after birth? If a woman’s health is at stake, I’m sure that not an 11th hour revelation. Anything post six months is a bit much.

Nobel prize winning scientist don’t necessarily believe in the climate hoax. What we can do, for starters, is drive slower and grow our own food, but there’s no outcry for self sufficiency … gotta eat that fruit grown on the other side of the equator.

Progress through self sufficiency – not through a hand out.

Alabama Airhead
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Alabama Airhead
3 months ago
Reply to  Gosh

Loved Barbie’s (Alabama) great “rep reply” after the State of the Union – what a brain dead puppet (doll)

Gosh
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Gosh
3 months ago

How misogynistic of you. I guess you would have preferred McConnell. How about Paul? Sharp? Donalds?

I am a robot
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I am a robot
3 months ago
Reply to  Gosh

Anyone with a brain would have been better for republicans. She was perfect for dems ☺

Name*
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Name*
3 months ago
Reply to  Gosh

The GOP supports immigrants, especially leading up to an election it seems like!
Ever wonder what all that Open Border paranoia grandstanding, meant for American voters, sounds like in El Salvador, Guatemala, or Mexico?
” They just walk right in..” “open border, open border!”

Lost Croat OutburstD
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Lost Croat Outburst
3 months ago
Reply to  Name*

Trump is his own best argument against immigrants. Look at him and his father, German immigrants who brought the worst possible faults of their home to the New World and now threaten American democracy and our very existence. I would trade his whole damn family for honest, decent, freedom-loving people willing to work in freedom and happiness for all. You know like most of us.

Lost Croat OutburstD
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Lost Croat Outburst
3 months ago
Reply to  Gosh

“. . . up to and including after birth.” I don’t think anyone does. Where do you get this stuff? References?

#6 Still Sucks!
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#6 Still Sucks!
3 months ago

Garvey was a loser as a Dodger and now even more as a Repuplican candidate!

Pharmstheproblem
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Pharmstheproblem
3 months ago

Good little dem, good little dem, go chase your tail buddy.

Oompa Loompa Lover
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Oompa Loompa Lover
3 months ago

Another round of Kool-Aid – the orange Oompa Loompa is pouring/buying!

Skitty
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Skitty
3 months ago

Yeah because Garvey is about as good a politician as your “bigly” Orange Cheeto.

c u 2morrowD
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3 months ago
Reply to  Skitty

what’s your nick name for Biden ?

Al L Ivesmatr
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Al L Ivesmatr
3 months ago
Reply to  c u 2morrow

A puzzled old person on temporary leave from the puzzle factory?

Skitty
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Skitty
3 months ago
Reply to  c u 2morrow

What’s yours?

Lone Ranger
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Lone Ranger
3 months ago
Reply to  Skitty

Lance, crack me up.

c u 2morrowD
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3 months ago
Reply to  Skitty

I’ll tell you mine if you tell me yours

Lost Croat OutburstD
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Lost Croat Outburst
3 months ago
Reply to  c u 2morrow

Not Trump

Country Joe
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3 months ago

Your post is void of facts about Mr. Garvey. Here’s a few stats to enlighten you…
Steve Garvey, a former professional baseball player, had an illustrious career spanning from 1969 to 1987. Let’s delve into the highlights of his remarkable journey:

  • Position and Teams: Garvey played as a first baseman for both the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres.
  • His major league debut was with the Dodgers in 1969.
  • Accolades and Achievements Most Valuable Player (MVP): Garvey secured this prestigious award in 1974.
  • NL Championship Series MVP: He was named the MVP of the National League Championship Series in 1978.
  • Career Statistics: Batting Average (BA): His career batting average stands at an impressive .294.
  • Home Runs (HR): Garvey hit 272 home runs during his career.
  • Runs Batted In (RBI): He accumulated 1308 RBIs.
  • Stolen Bases (SB): Garvey stole 83 bases.
  • On-Base Percentage (OBP): His OBP was .329.
  • Slugging Percentage (SLG): His SLG was .446.
  • OPS (On-Base Plus Slugging): His OPS was .775.
  • OPS+ (Adjusted OPS): His OPS+ was 117.
  • Notable Moments: Garvey was a 10-time All-Star.
  • He won the Gold Glove Award four times.
  • His impact extended to the 1981 World Series.
  • Off the Field: Beyond baseball, Garvey is currently a candidate in the upcoming 2024 California Senate election.

Steve Garvey’s legacy remains etched in baseball history, and his contributions continue to inspire fans and players alike.
Your welcome…

Jean Lopez
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Jean Lopez
3 months ago

This should be something that people think about when they say “Oh, but illegal immigrants can’t vote”.
theblaze.com/news/elon-musk-illegal-immigrants-apportionment

Dogbiter
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Dogbiter
3 months ago
Reply to  Jean Lopez

Good read but I still wish Musk’s parents would have learned to spell Leon.

Jean Lopez
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Jean Lopez
3 months ago
Reply to  Dogbiter

Funny you.

Anon707
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Anon707
3 months ago

Used to be a no-brainer for both parties — when you’re in a more liberal state, run more liberal candidates, and run more conservative candidates in more conservative states. Dems are still doing this (e.g. Manchin in WV) but the GOP has been totally captured by its activist base, who will reject viable candidates in a doom spiral loop for absolute purity. Sure, they might lose multiple elections in a row, but at least they get to own the libs, and wallow in victimhood for another few years.

Yabut
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Yabut
3 months ago
Reply to  Anon707

Your whole comment is one long wallow in victimhood. So clearly not a position limited to Republicans. In fact the Democrats run such one note wonders as the infamous Squad- masters of victimhood. Or Maxine Waters. And heck Katie Porter couldn’t have slapped down the victim card any harder with nail gun. Then there’s the press- any one who isn’t far enough to the left gets articles like this one.

There is no such thing as more liberal or more conservative anymore. There is only extreme or more extreme or skating under the radar.. At least in public rhetoric. In private, who knows.

The author of this article can’t seem to grasp that politics is political. The reason for being in a party is having the resources to out maneuver, out spend, out endorse the opposition. Not to out virtue them. That is how people get elected.

I am a robot
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I am a robot
3 months ago

The GOP that did all those good things was a VERY different GOP than the one we see today.
It is the party of NO.
NO right for womens bodily autonomy
NO co-operation with democrats on anything
NO on raising corporate taxes, NO on supporting democracy abroad, NO no honest education….NO on books for crying out loud.

Yabut
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Yabut
3 months ago
Reply to  I am a robot

So Democrats are the party of YES?
YES to illegal immigration.
YES to eliminating crime by declaring stealing is no crime.
YES to international drug trafficking
YES to subsidizing college with the meaningless degrees
YES to using judiciary to make law they can’t legislate
YES to using courts to get political opponents
Yes to damaging policy is not the same thing as good policy.

Skitty
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Skitty
3 months ago
Reply to  Yabut

No ReTrumplicans are the party of “fear”. Such scared little snowflakes. The world is doomed if we don’t elect the Donald, our savior.
Get off the internet and go look around at the world outside of your house. It’s a pretty decent world. Most people are still good.

Lone Ranger
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Lone Ranger
3 months ago
Reply to  Skitty

From the one that denies 5 dollar fuel was ever a thing in the last 2 years. And the president has zero power to influence the price of fuel, crack me up. But please, re elect Biden, next 4 will be super entertaining and completely crippling to the set income crowd. I’ll be happy to watch.

Skitty
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Skitty
3 months ago
Reply to  Lone Ranger

I never said the President “has zero power to influence the price of fuel”.
But keep making things up Loner Anger.
Who are you voting for ? Oh.. that’s right, you proudly don’t vote. Just complain and complain.

Lone Ranger
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Lone Ranger
3 months ago
Reply to  Skitty

Correct, I won’t vote on garbage. Maybe ask yourself, do you really have a choice? Crack me up. But please vote for ole Joe, I guarantee it will be very very entertaining.

Yabut
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Yabut
3 months ago
Reply to  Skitty

If you didn’t have Trump to run against, what would you have? A man who shows sigma of senility? Who is likely being manipulated by his wife, like Woodrow Wilson? Who seems to be on the wrong side of the wants of his base? Who is unlikely to survive his term if he gets elected?
Democrats have kept Trump running through manipulation of lawsuits, irrational rhetoric and social media because they need him. Not Republicans, not conservatives, not even right wing extremists. Democrats. It’s why Trump is dragged into every online conversationand people who support him are belittled with such mindless spite. If he gets elected it will be their fault. Their plan.

spamned
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spamned
3 months ago
Reply to  Yabut

“Yes” to unmitigated Covid spread…
(nope-not over-at all continues to be a mass disabling event)

Country Joe
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3 months ago
Reply to  Yabut

The party of Yes to destroying America…

Country Joe
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3 months ago
Reply to  I am a robot

You’re way off course here about republicans…

Humboldt
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Humboldt
3 months ago
Reply to  I am a robot

You’re right.
There was, once, a very different Republican party.
At one time, long ago, they were the party of Lincoln.
Apparently, according to historic documentaries, the whole deep south, slavery debate, and the parties was the reverse of now.

But republicans started representing big money and got in bed with the religious right, which has colored their stance ever since.

At one point, the political divide was about fiscal conservatism and state’s rights versus a more federal approach.

But now it’s a fake argument about a supposed moral majority and extremism.

No wonder we have one party dominance in California.

SickofSocialists
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SickofSocialists
3 months ago

Oh look, a seemingly rational articles goes off the rails once the Orange Man is mentioned.

Be better.

c u 2morrowD
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3 months ago

be better… your askin’ a lot from grudge holdin’ angry people

fred krissman
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fred krissman
3 months ago

Are you kidding me??? I myself am NOT a dem, but I have an historical memory of why the repubs are so far out in the wilderness! 2 modern state GOP govs, Reagan&Wilson both pushed the rightwing extreme on most issues, including cutting the soc safety net, bashing undoc immigrants, and opposing gay&women’s rights… One went on to essentially wreck the nation with mulitrillon $$$ military spending and an all out “war on drugs”!
In a nutshell, THIS is why the repubs only get @ 30% of the vote on statewide&national elections in Cali, and I can’t imagine anything that they’ll be able to do to change their exile to the far right periphery any time soon.
Which leaves us with the dumb dems, may the gods take mercy on our souls!!!

North westCertain license plate out of thousands c
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North westCertain license plate out of thousands c
3 months ago

The Republican party has been reduced!!!
Where are the real American Republicans?
OMFG they’re all gone.

Yabut
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Yabut
3 months ago

They are there but you keep calling them Trump-licans to silence them.

Name*
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Name*
3 months ago
Reply to  Yabut

Collectively Republicans just missed an opportunity to call themselves something else. Just saying.

North westCertain license plate out of thousands c
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North westCertain license plate out of thousands c
3 months ago
Reply to  Yabut

No real republicans I know would ever vote for trump or most of his trumpers in congress

Trip
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Trip
3 months ago

Ballot stuffing in a Constitutional Republic has worn out its welcome. It’s well past time for change. Even Katie Porter, a progressive Liberal Democrat for U.S. Senate, accused the Democrats of “election rigging” the recent Senate race. Time for change and fast.

Kym Kemp
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3 months ago
Reply to  Trip

Not because of ballot stuffing. She’s accusing Schiff of dirty tricks. Porter says that Schiff looked at polling that said he could beat Garvey by 15 points in November but that he’d be in a dead heat with Porter. So he spent a bunch of money to puff up Garvey. Yes literally bought ads for Garvey–Supposedly they were attack ads but they were bought in conservative markets touting Garvey as too conservative for California.

It’s not illegal. It’s just fooling the voters. Who are uninformed enough to let him do it. And to be fair, Porter eventually tried a similar tactic. “In her Tuesday night speech, she argued she was boxed out by “special interests and the ultra wealthy” that spent millions of dollars in the race. But she also adopted a similar tactic, airing ads to boost Republican candidate Eric Early, although at a much smaller scale than Schiff. “Like we’ve seen in this campaign, they spend millions to defeat someone who will dilute their influence and disrupt the status quo,” she said in a campaign statement Wednesday.” https://calmatters.org/politics/elections/2024/03/california-election-results-progressives-democrats/

We’re all the poorer for tactics like these. But they aren’t ballot stuffing for heaven’s sake.

Trip
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Trip
3 months ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Well I get that but the point is “election rigging” comes in many different forms. Porter’s point of dark money manipulation is just one. Open border voters( and please don’t tell me they can’t vote), ballot harvesting, election analytics, vote buying schemes, eliminating political opponents, are just a few that belong largely to Democrats to gain and remain in power. It’s way past time for change.

D'Tucker Jebs
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3 months ago
Reply to  Trip

Undocumented immigrants don’t vote in Federal or Statewide elections.

And “ballot harvesting”, as ominous as it sounds, simply means handing someone else your completed ballot to hand in for you.
It’s competely harmless.

Yabut
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Yabut
3 months ago
Reply to  D'Tucker Jebs

It’s not. It make fraud easier. It has not caused large incidents of fraud yet but sooner or later, it will. The first time I heard the phrase was in an NPR article about a party worker going from door to door soliciting votes. She happen on a couple who had not filled in their ballot because they didn’t know the candidates. So, unsurprisingly, this party worker explained the issues, helped them fill out the ballot and took it to the polling place drop box. Along with a half dozen other such ballots because the first couple gave the party worker the addresses of others who were also not voting for the same reason- none of them spoke English. Now this party worker may have honestly explained but the chance are very high she just explained her only own opinion. It’s easy to see how this can be misused. And influencing a vote in this way would be illegal in every State. Refusing to notice this happening and the possibility of fraud innate in it is not harmless.

At least in California a person must actually designate a person to return a ballot. Although if they are dropped off in a box, no one knows who actually left them.

The Real Guest
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The Real Guest
3 months ago
Reply to  Kym Kemp

Political tactics like these make a travesty out of our election process…

It’s not supposed to work this way.

This is how we end up with such horrible candidates…

Yabut
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Yabut
3 months ago
Reply to  Trip

You think this is new? Political Parties are machines. If a person can not cope with the realities of a machine, they are unlikely to win. Frankly one of the things that has gone seriously astray in American politics is the idea that everyone is justified in saying “It’s my way or the highway” and so little compromise happens. And can’t tolerate different viewpoints. One party pushes it’s agenda if they have the votes. Then it gets gutted by the next change of party who runs with their agenda. And the big hard things never happen.
“In a move that some Democrats have critized as risky, Democratic groups in a number of Senate, House, and gubernatorial races have paid to air ads focused on GOP primary candidates who are more conservative, or more closely aligned with former President Donald Trump, than their competitors in the GOP field.”
https://www.politifact.com/article/2022/aug/01/why-are-democrats-taking-sides-gop-primaries/
https://www.newsweek.com/democrats-spent-43-million-helping-election-deniers-win-their-primaries-1731068
https://www.npr.org/2022/06/20/1106256047/why-democrats-are-paying-for-ads-supporting-republican-primary-candidates

I am a robot
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I am a robot
3 months ago
Reply to  Yabut

There are probably 6 people in Californa who have ever even eard of Tammany Hall

spamned
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spamned
3 months ago
Reply to  I am a robot

Murkans don’t do history…they just repeat it over and over and over

Yabut
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Yabut
3 months ago
Reply to  I am a robot

The old saw about being ignorant about history leading to it being repeated might be appropriate. The broad loosening of voting laws is still pretty recent. But some rabid partisan or even a dishonest candidate will create an invalid election sooner or later. It has inhappened in small local elections several times.

Eric
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Eric
3 months ago

What do you mean this is not good for anybody. Extinguishing the republican party is good for all people and the earth.

Lone Ranger
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Lone Ranger
3 months ago
Reply to  Eric

Why not extinguish all parties? Or are you a politician lover? Crack me up.

D'Tucker Jebs
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3 months ago
Reply to  Lone Ranger

Because we have a winner-take-all system.
Ranked-choice voting would be the best way to lessen the power of Parties.

Espino
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Espino
3 months ago

“But the Republican Party has slipped away from that history and positioned itself increasingly out of step with most Californians.”

Increasingly out of step with most Californians???? I can’t think of a better reason to vote Republican.

I am a robot
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I am a robot
3 months ago
Reply to  Espino

Because the majority is offensive to you?

Country Joe
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3 months ago

One party rule by the democrats for the last five decades has destroyed California as the left has been on a race to the ethical and moral bottom.

D'Tucker Jebs
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3 months ago
Reply to  Country Joe

Destroyed it all the way to becoming the fifth largest economy in the world.

fb native
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fb native
3 months ago

When both parties can only point out how bad the other is, not how good their candidate is ,we are F’d. Political driven hatred rules the day!

Al L Ivesmatr
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Al L Ivesmatr
3 months ago

The greatest Troll ever. Thank you MTG. Boom.

J,B
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J,B
3 months ago
Reply to  Al L Ivesmatr

That’s about all she seems to actually be capable of. Funny that’s what you admire

Al L Ivesmatr
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Al L Ivesmatr
3 months ago

Ukraine!,,,Ahhhhhrghhhh. Bastards. Lincoln Raley.er, ughhh, illegals! Hitler is gonna get you! Democracy! Arghhhh. Get Trump………my god……u bastards…..erhhhhhhh.he..lhhh..irr.ughhh.uhhhh. Hunter….save meeeeeeee! Reeeee!

Lost Croat OutburstD
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Lost Croat Outburst
3 months ago

What the heck is this? First we get a tortured lamentation about all the wonderful things that Republicans ONCE stood but do NOT now. Definitely some cherry-picking there but OK, the Republican Party once had good ideas, many of which were championed by Democrats as well. Go back far enough and you get Abraham Lincoln, our greatest President and leading human rights advocate of the 19th century. But Republicans left him behind years ago.

The Modern Republican Party, not Schiff, created the current dystopian, nihilistic political situation. The Dems championed Urban Renewal, Trump advocates Orban Renewal. Trump and an apparent majority of Republicans favor the (Kari) Lake effect: If I don’t win it’s a fraud. You might be too young to remember Jan. 6 or the subsequent hearings. Trump called in an attack over his Big Lie. That’s how you get an autocracy, you overthrow free and fair elections.

No wonder California and clear-thinking Americans hate Trump. He’s destroying American democracy. The MRP needs to be politically destroyed at the ballot box and reconstituted as a patriotic American political party. It IS NOT an autocracy if fair elections allow removal of politicians in disfavor.

Al L Ivesmatr
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Al L Ivesmatr
3 months ago

Get Trump! Democrats against Orange Hominids! Orangutans exempted @t this time until they throw dung in our face as well. Save the forest men, orange hair matters!