The Dale Jackson ShowPrep for March 27th, 2017…

  • 7:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 8:00 AM – Hate at 8!!
  • 9:00 AM – 7 Things You Should Be Talking About Today
  • 9:20 AM – State Representative Mike Ball
  • 9:55 AM – “What in the World?” with WAAY-31’s Meredith Wood


Trump and Ryan both failed, let’s not BS ourselves.


Trump is not a conservative…

When I spoke with Trump, I ventured that, based on available evidence, it seemed as though conservatives probably shouldn’t hold their breath for the next four years expecting entitlement reform. Trump’s reply was immediate. “I think you’re right,” he said. In fact, Trump seemed much less animated by the subject of budget cuts than the subject of spending increases. “We’re also going to prime the pump,” he said. “You know what I mean by ‘prime the pump’? In order to get this” — the economy — “going, and going big league, and having the jobs coming in and the taxes that will be cut very substantially and the regulations that’ll be going, we’re going to have to prime the pump to some extent. In other words: Spend money to make a lot more money in the future. And that’ll happen.” A clearer elucidation of Keynesian liberalism could not have been delivered by Obama.

It’s fine that you don’t care, but be honest.


Here is an alternative viewpoint…


Everything is treason!

They aren’t wrong, this against Mexico’s interests…


 

Ted Koppel takes on the media!

Just kidding, elites don’t like people who criticize them.


Leggings-gate?

WHO THE F*** CARES?

Everyone.


Everyone is being raped…


Oh, it’s the Freedom Caucus’ fault? Sure it is.

This is some dumb stuff…

Embarrassing all the way around…

The media too…

This isn’t over, the factions have differences…

What is so complex about this? Some members of the Freedom Caucus wanted the President and Speaker Paul Ryan to follow through on their campaign promises to repeal ObamaCare, that is not what this bill was.

The Freedom Caucus folks stood firm, some of them.

By the way, other folks killed it too.

33 Republicans who would not budge from their decisions to vote “no” on the health care bill were key to causing its collapse. They can be divided into three broad categories:

10 Moderates

Other Republicans

15 Hard-liners

They were united in their resistance to the bill, but actually came from opposite ends of the ideological spectrum.

Guerrilla Politics: Dale’s Parting Shot – “The dog caught the car”

Guerrilla Politics: Burke’s Rebuttal – The GOP Freedom Caucus killed the American HealthCare Act

PODCAST: Dale and WVNN’s Will Anderson discuss who is to blame for the health care bill failing – 3-24-17

PODCAST: Dale and State Senator Arthur Orr discuss Governor Robert Bentley, Congressman Mo Brooks, and the health care vote – 3-24-17

PODCAST: Dale and Commentary Magazine’s Noah Rothman discuss and the delayed American Health Care Act vote – 3-24-17

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