THE MESSENGER: Republicans Still Prefer Drama Over Competence
In a simpler time, say a decade or two ago, the charisma-deficient leader of a large state tied for the nation’s highest credit rating, praised for his decisive response to a major hurricane and boasting lower-than-average unemployment and higher-than-average student test scores, could have staked his claim to the presidency on executive competence.
Not Ron DeSantis. And most definitely not in 2024.
Continue reading from Senior Vice President James Nash on what might appeal to voters about Republican running candidates for the upcoming presidential race (hint: it is not federal bureaucracy management competence) in this opinion piece for The Messenger.