Republican hatred could echo into 2022; hope not!

By Donald A. Collins | 9 March 2021
Church and State

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Senator Joe Manchin of WVA on March 8th told his interrogators on the major tv networks that despite the fact that no Republican Senator voted for the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill that many Republicans were in favor of much of its objectives.

That opinion be it true or false will not help the sadly led GOP in the bi-year (2022) election if Biden can keep his party from veering leftward.

Biden has the perfect political skills needed to allow a brisk economic recovery while avoiding the hatred projected by Trump and his purposeful spoilers for recovery like Ted Cruz.

That Republican governors seek to restrict voting access as HR 1 appears may ironically be cutting their own numbers as the racism issue gets impetus from the Harry and Meghan interview and the George Floyd murder trial.

Many Republicans understand this as the five Senators who won’t seek re-election indicate.

If GOP leadership remains Trumpian the re-birth of an electively possible national party can’t arise for 2024.

Biden’s coup with this relief bill is deep and abiding if he can keep to the center which should be less difficult as the recovery expands.

We are all on a learning curve and much moderation after so much vicious hatred will be needed from both parties.

Former US Navy officer, banker and venture capitalist, Donald A. Collins, a free lance writer living in Washington, DC., has spent over 40 years working for women’s reproductive health as a board member and/or officer of numerous family planning organizations including Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Guttmacher Institute, Family Health International and Ipas. Yale under graduate, NYU MBA. He is the author of From the Dissident Left: A Collection of Essays 2004-2013.

From the Dissident Left: A Collection of Essays 2004-2013

By Donald A. Collins
Publisher: Church and State Press (July 30, 2014)
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