the inferential jumps there are mostly crap
The inspiration was the recent House vote for the health care bill backed by President Trump, which Cuomo has said could cost the state $7 billion, sources said. He was particularly upset with Faso and Collins, who sponsored an amendment that would shift billions of dollars in local Medicaid costs onto the state.A source close to the effort said the campaign will not only point out to people in the districts how their representatives voted, but also what it could cost them."Our feeling is, these (six) were elected by the people of the State of New York, but instead of fighting for those people, they are doing the opposite," the source said.
That sounds good. My question would be why the fuck haven't Democrats been doing this for the last 9 years already??
Voters appear to prefer Democrats as the majority-party in Congress instead of Republicans so that the party can serve as a check on President Trump, a new show polls.While 52 percent of registered voters polled say they favor Democratic control in Congress, 38 percent said they prefer Republican control, according to the new Washington Post-ABC News poll.Independents also want Democratic control to push back on the president's agenda, with the same 14-point margin as Democrats to Republicans.
A 65 percent majority of Republicans, as well as Republican-leaning independent voters, say they certainly plan to vote next year compared to 57 percent of Democrats and Democratic-leaning independent voters.Democrats have pointed to a rise in activism since Trump took office, but the poll says that despite that "a surge in anti-Trump protests does not appear to have translated into heightened Democratic voter enthusiasm."
That was actually quite refreshing compared to Trump
California's senior senator, Dianne Feinstein, is up for re-election next year, and she is getting a challenge from a fellow Democrat, someone who is 34 years younger. As KQED's Scott Shafer reports, the race reflects the leftward tilt of the party since last year's election.
uried inside the new CNN poll is a finding that won't make many headlines, but should probably cause a good bit of concern for Republicans.The poll asked the standard "generic ballot" question: Would you prefer a generic Democrat or a generic Republican in the upcoming election? Democrats lead on that question for the 2018 midterms by a whopping 16-point margin, 54 percent to 38 percent.
Gotta say, even ignoring all the President Camacho going on, I'm disappointed in the slant rhymes.I mean, any singer worth anything should be able to make 'abroad' and 'God' rhyme.