Some House Democrats mull over how to oust Pelosi as leader

Some House Democrats mull over how to oust Pelosi as leader

Besides, a Republican's or an Independent's antipathy for President Trump doesn't convert them into Democrats.

As Democrats seek to regroup, they are hobbled by a glaring omission: no clear party protagonist has emerged as a potential challenger to Trump in 2020.

It continues by saying that "Nancy Pelosi, a coastal elite, was the big loser in the Georgia election". But it turned into another soul-sucking disappointment. When it comes out of my mouth, it bothers me. "That still moves the needle", said Ryan.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -The Democratic Party losing special elections in Kansas, Montana, South Carolina and Georgia, has prompted renewed calls for the ouster of Rep. Nancy Pelosi as House Minority Leader. Which is beyond pathetic.

-About 75 percent of the state House races in Arkansas and SC lacked either a Democratic or Republican candidate.

Trump's fatal flaw is that he can not drag himself away from the mirror.

The long-running debate over the Democrats' message likely will intensify as the party looks to 2018 and especially to 2020. In response to Ossoff's completely undebatable suggestion that many working people have a hard time making ends meet, she said, "That's the difference between conservatives and liberals; I don't believe in a livable wage". "Therefore, we should win by default". She preferred to run a campaign by demonizing Trump and as a result drowned out her economic issues. "Oooh, what a surprise". I have enormous respect for her. In the Democrats' vision, people are doing great and getting along.

At his big rallies last fall President Trump kept telling his supporters that, "We're just going to win and win so much you're going to get exhausted of winning". Hillary Clinton would probably be another lightning rod. Heavy Hollywood involvement is not necessarily a positive in Georgia, though.

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Yes, the Democrats lost again.

This is essentially what Jeremy Corbyn and his supporters in the British Labour Party have done, but I have hard time, particularly after watching the overt and underhanded subversion of the Bernie Sanders primary campaign a year ago, and the inability of progressive Democrats to challenge and replace an the ossified and thoroughly discredited party leadership, imagining that this can happen here in the U.S. with the Democratic Party, which internally is clearly anything but democratic. The vibe is suffocating. And Democratic lawmakers, strategists and party officials have been left scratching their heads about how to turn it around and launch a viable bid to reclaim Congress next year. But if Democrats across the nation have potential swings of 17 or 19 points in 2018, more Republicans are at risk than people thought. These "deplorables", as Ms. Clinton named them, are forced to make choices between rising healthcare premiums, skyrocketing education expenses looming for their children on the horizon, expensive daycare for their younger children, and worries over what would happen to their homes and families should either Mom or Dad lose their job. And they can't go full Bernie. What they can't seem to grasp is that their message to the American voters has been overwritten by identity politics, hateful rhetoric and blatant obstructionism.

"The reality is the reality", Ryan told NBC's Chuck Todd. But few other members - whether it be Joe Crowley, John Larson, Adam Schiff, whomever, are as defined as the current leader and for voters in middle-America, that makes all the difference in the world.

Ryan says Democrats need to stop microtargeting. They're that good right now. Allies and grassroots supporters were sent suggested tweets Thursday that urged Democrats not to ditch Pelosi in the middle of a high-stakes legislative battle over the future of health care reform.

"We should stop talking about Trump all the time, and Russian Federation".

Fox News polled on Pelosi in March, and its survey showed her numbers improving only slightly since her time as speaker, from 24/56 in September 2010 to 33/50 today.

Here is a news flash. "People in OH don't grab me about Russian Federation at all when I'm home", Ryan said.