I’m really not understanding how the R&R pitch, especially their new slogan of “big change,” is supposed to work:  Hey, our policy ideas promoted and precipitated a huge implosion of the working fundamentals of the country, with offshoots that have rippled havoc throughout the world, and now we’re asking that you vote us into office where we promise not only to repeat the very same policies and ideas but to double down on the ideology that has been our only playbook for and has not really delivered on its promise ever in 22 years.  The very foundation of that platform speaks illogicy to me.

My shadow ballot on the initiatives, as they stand on the ones I’ve researched:

30: Yes; 31:  No; 32:  NO; 34: Yes; 36: Yes; 37: Yes/no (still :P); 39: Yesish