Republican Party

The Bottom of the Barrel

JM Ashby
Written by JM Ashby

If Roy Moore were a Democrat, Republicans would be screaming bloody murder that he hasn't exited the race, but he isn't. He's a Republican.

For some people, such as Alabama Governor Kay Ivey, that is literally the only thing that matters.

"I'm going to cast my ballot on December the 12th, and I do believe the nominee of the party is the one I'll vote for," Ivey said. "I believe in the Republican Party, what we stand for, and most important, we need to have a Republican in the United States Senate to vote on things like the Supreme Court justices, other appointments the Senate has to confirm and make major decisions. So that's what I plan to do, vote for Republican nominee Roy Moore."

"I certainly have no reason to disbelieve any of them," Ivey said. "The timing is a little curious. But at the same time, I have no reason to disbelieve them."

She believes the women who say Roy Moore molested them when they were teenagers, but she's voting for Moore anyway because he's a Republican.

I'm surprised her hand didn't burn when she swore on the bible.

  • muselet

    “Sure, this John Wayne Gacy fellow has been accused of some awful things, and I have no reason to disbelieve the friends and family of his alleged victims. The timing of their accusations is odd, but I don’t disbelieve them. I’m still going to support Mr Gacy because I like clowns.”

    Party before nation. Every. Gorram. Time.


  • fry1laurie

    Grand Old Cult.

  • Ellen Kuhlmann

    well, as least she’s being truthful, Someone, David Brooks? recently opined that as people have become less attached to their families, communities, and churches, political party has taken the primary position as how people identify their tribe (identity). Her statement is in line with such a perilous development.