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Mitch Alan says
Both parties are part of the problem, including corporatism. Capitalism is a good thing, but what both parties have added to, is the growing power and scope of the government and corporatism.
excellent link. all should read it, but unfortunately those who need 2 never will - and if they do they will blindly deny it as truth.
"...inhumane and cruel..." summed it up nicely I thought.
The conclusion is worth noting too I think:
"This is not meant as an indictment of all Republicans because it's very likely that many rank and file Republicans don't share these predispositions (though clearly some do). Rather it's an indictment of
Interesting, but the Guardian has a left wing view. See this article published on the day former Prime Minister Thatcher died http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2013/apr/09/mar... Mrs Thatcher's & Tea Party had same vie
Granted, The Guardian does have a left leaning, but frankly, I don't think an article about Margaret Thatcher has any bearing on the question at hand.
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Chuck Nugent says
Statistics indicate the Tea Party is painting the GOP into an ever smaller corner by alienating minorities, women, the LGBT community and young people.http://hubpages.com/politics/The-Tea-Party-Syndrom...
Larry Wall says
True. Nader had the same effect on Gore candidacy, assuring the election of Bush. But, the Tea Party is causing the GOP to paint itself into an ever-smaller corner, alienating minorities, gays, young people and women who support their right to choose
It isn't just the presidency. They have a lot of members in Congress. As large as the progressive caucus actually and have definitely had an impact on other election levels.
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