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Has Hatch Lost It?

[…]may have been prophetic. From one scrambled brain to another.” “God! Hatch would be worse than Gowdy – or even Mike Lee,” Bill said. “It just keeps getting worse and worse,” I said. “Dumb and dumber,” Bill […]

Trump 2016 Election: State Change now even more important

[…]exposing their financial connections and other shenanigans.” “Most of them – especially Gowdy and Chaffetz – love conspiracy theories and witch hunts. We could give them a taste of their own tactics – develop some paranoid fantasies in them.” “I thought State Change would be somewhat obsolete after this election, because Hillary would make it, we’d likely take the Senate, the Supreme Court would be modernized, and the state would begin to change,” I said. “So much for wishful thinking,” Jay said. “There was a piece in The Guardian this morning, by Thomas Frank, …” “The guy who wrote ‘What’s the Matter with Kansas‘, right?” Bill asked. “Yep, and he has a new one Listen Liberal; the piece in the paper is like Liberals put Trump in the White House.” “Ouch.” “Anyway, State Change is even more important and valuable now that Trump will soon be thrashing around in the White House,” I said. “My Australian and Canadian friends are incredulous,” Bill said. “I’ve started to add overseas audiences to my Tweet destinations now, because Europe is so concerned. A major Madrid paper, El Paix, had columns today titled The Crazy is in Charge of the Asylum – and another The Suicide of […]
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Chapter 9: Congress

[…]she’d received, rehashing her old arguments against the ACA.   She’s quite positive on Trey Gowdy and his Benghazi hearings.   There are online reports that she’s signed the Koch-sponsored pledge against climate taxes. She’s received multiple contributions from the NRA   She has offices in Spokane and Walla Walla, just North of Pendleton, Oregon.     Smith, Lamar, Texas, House #21, avid denier, lawyer.   Smith represents Texas District 21. He is Chair of the House Science Committee and an avid climate change denier; he has tried to subpoena NOAA records because he’s against NOAA’s analysis of data in clarifying climate change ‘pause’.   He is to the right of average on the GOP ideology plot with a modest above average leadership score.   Smith was born in 1947. He graduated from T.M.I., a college preparatory school known as the Texas Military Institute, and now called The Episcopal School of Texas. He received is undergraduate degree from Yale University in 1969, and a Southern Methodist Law degree in 1975. In 1969, he was hired as a management intern by the Small Business Administration in Washington, D.C. He was a business and financial writer for the Christian Science Monitor. His […]

Chapter 11: Delivery and Treatment

[…]do the job,” Jay said.     South Carolina therapy will be provided by me. My major patient is Trey Gowdy. Other needy SC politicians are:   Tim Peter, Senator, Gowdy’s good friend. Govtrack ideology score: middle to right of GOP population; average to low leadership score; upstate office is in Greenville. Peter and Gowdy seem to support Ted Cruz for the GOP nomination, further documenting their ultra-right conservatism.   Lindsay Graham, Senator; office in Greenville; ideology score is slightly to left of GOP center, with a modest leadership score.   One trip to Greenville should access Gowdy, Peter, and Graham.     Texas – Jay will provide therapy to very needy Texas, focusing on Smith and Cruz.   Ted Cruz, junior Senator, was covered earlier as a presidential candidate.   John Cornyn is the senior Senator.   They are very conservative Republicans. In spite of how hard right Cruz has been on his GOP campaign, Govtrack ranks him just to the right of middle on the GOP ideology spectrum, with a sub-average leadership score. That is interesting. Govtrack puts Cornyn right of Cruz and with a stronger leadership score.   25 of Texas’ highly gerrymandered 36 districts are filled […]

Chapter 12: Outcomes and Tomorrow

[…]worked with him during that last term and during his campaign. Her body language suggested that Trey Gowdy was not nearly as interesting or warm. Then the younger guy appeared and she went quiet.” “You think he wears the Cruz button if Gowdy is in town?”   “Maybe. Gowdy did introduce Cruz at a Greenville event earlier in the campaign, but he does seem to be leaning towards Rubio now.”   “The young guy was very receptive to the chocolates. I gave a taster piece to each of them. He said he’d put the others in the mailbox for Gowdy. I did advise him that chocolates are very bad for dogs. He knew that, he said.”   “Anything else?”   “I was surprised to see a Tea Party poster with a Confederate Flag on the wall.”   “I thought South Carolina was now over the Confederacy, apparently not….And the others?”   “Ditto for Peter and Graham – conversation and taste chocolates for the staffers, Ananda’s for the Congressmen. No problem.”     Texas               – Jay:              Cruz, Smith + Cornyn, McCaul, Flores, Bills, Carter, Hurd   John Cornyn is reported to be the number 2 Senate Republican; he’s a main […]

Chapter 6: Patient Priorities

[…]Joni – Iowa Senator; Koch support. Gardner, Cory – Colorado Senator, Koch support Goudy, Trey – South Carolina District 4, Benghazi Committee. Inhofe, Jim – Oklahoma Senator. Issa, Darrell – California District 49. Labrador, Raul – Idaho District 1; Freedom Caucus co-founder. Lee, Mike – Utah Senator. Rodgers, Cathy – Washington District 5. Smith, Lamar – Texas District 21; Chair, House Committee on Science.   These 29 and the additional ‘convenience’ patients, effectively treated, may facilitate a tipping point and a major change in governance via the Federal Government.     “We could use Centennial Valley as a key delivery strategy,” Bill said. “We could arrange a gig at the U’s Taft Center with the Kochs and with others they endorse and support.”   “Are you smoking something?” Jay asked.   “No, seriously. The Kochs own Beaverhead Ranch, which practically surrounds the wildlife refuge which borders the U Center. I read somewhere that their Dad, Fred, sent his kids there in the summers to work and help make men out of them.”   “Interesting,” I said. “So the Kochs, Joni Ernst, Jim Inhofe, and perhaps even Lamar Smith, as well as Ryan, Rubio, Labrador and their families, could all be […]

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