Rep. Billy Long
Asked about Trump’s controversial statements, Rep. Billy Long said much of his rhetoric was “over-hyped hyperbole.”
Rep. Tom Reed
“We must move beyond the bombastic rhetoric to positive discussion about creating jobs and improving the lives of all Americans.
Never mind what Trump says, he doesn’t mean it. Trust us.
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Perhaps they believe they have no choice? Some would surely lose their jobs it truthful.
Interesting, though that this graph doesn’t show Tom Reed in “The earliest converts” where he belongs.
If one starts with the premise that Hillary Clinton is the worst possible candidate, then anyone else, even Donald Trump, is preferable. But what if the premise is wrong?
Tom Reed seems to believe that electing a Republican is more important than any other factor perhaps reflecting his belief that a President should be “disruptive.”
What would anyone think that Tom Reed believes in anything accept ALEC and getting re-elected? He is the classic empty suit. He reminds me of the senator in the old classic: Mr Smith Goes to Washington. Does what he is told.