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GOP Politicians Are Not Interested in Proposing Policies, but Are Simply Power Seeking Propagandists.

Updated on November 9, 2015

The GOP has not proposed polices. They only lie to their constituents.

The GOP has not proposed polices. They only lie to their constituents.


At the last debate the GOP Presidential Candidates simply lied when asked to explain their inconsistencies.


The GOP Presidential Candidates don’t want debates because they just want to disseminate propaganda. They don’t have policies to champion. They only attempt to brainwash red staters.


Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) admitted that the reason for Congressional investigations into Benghazi was to hurt Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.


At her Congressional appearance Hillary Clinton proved that the GOP isn’t interested in Benghazi or her emails, but only in attacking her.

The GOP will continue to attack Democrats as they have attacked Hillary Clinton. For the GOP facts don’t matter as they are only interested in political power.

We can’t simply dismiss Trump as being a buffoon. Trump is appealing to red staters base instincts and other GOP candidates are emulating his manner.


The GOP Presidential Candidates simply lied when asked to explain their inconsistencies.

The article regarding the last debate,“The Weird Thing GOP Candidates Are Doing When They Get Called Out On Lies” states “Candidates made a number of misleading statements and even told some outright lies during the GOP debate Wednesday night. Sometimes they even got caught by the CNBC moderators.

But what happened next was pretty weird.

Instead of explaining themselves or clarifying their previous statements, the candidates stubbornly insisted they were right and the moderators were wrong. Given the crowd's reaction to any point made against the media, perhaps it's not actually so weird that candidates chose this route.”

The article delineated that leading GOP candidates Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz all followed the same duplicitous manner.

The GOP Presidential Candidates don’t want debates because they just want to disseminate propaganda.

The article “The Republicans Debate Their Debates” describes how the GOP presidential candidates don’t want debates to interfere with their efforts to brainwash the red staters. In a debate they might inadvertently espouse a stance that reduce the amount of red staters that their invective appeals to. Regarding the GOP presidential candidates the article states “If they balk, the candidates can also just go online. In an age of cord-cutting, a surprising number of people were upset that they couldn’t watch the CNBC debate unless they were cable subscribers. Ben Carson’s campaign has made one of the most interesting suggestions of the debate revolt so far: His aides say that if the networks won’t agree to their demands, Republicans should just stream the debates themselves online. If that happened, it would likely be the biggest shift in presidential debates since the Federal Communications Commission allowed networks to begin sponsoring debates more than 30 years ago.”

McCarthy admitted that the Congressional investigations into Benghazi was to hurt Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

The article “Top Republican admits Benghazi Committee is all about attacking Hillary Clinton” relates how the GOP aren’t concerned abut investigating Hillary Clinton’s emails or her role in Benghazi. The article states regarding Rep. Kevin McCarthy “McCarthy gets a little too honestabout what he thinks his party has accomplished with its congressional majority:

“Everybody thought Hillary Clinton was unbeatable right? But we put together a Benghazi Special Committee, a select committee. What are her numbers today? Her numbers are dropping," McCarthy said. "Why? Cause she’s untrustable. But no one would have known any of that had happened had we not fought and made that happen.”

At her Congressional appearance Hillary Clinton proved that the GOP isn’t interested in Benghazi or her emails, but only in attacking her.

The article “Hillary Clinton deflects conservative jabs in 11-hour House Benghazi hearing” shows that the investigations of Hillary Clinton were politically motivated by the GOP. The GOP had nothing regarding either Benghazi or her emails. The article regarding the latter states “Instead, she was able to skewer critics of her emails by revealing that she did not have a computer in her office as secretary of state and received sensitive memos in locked briefcases that were removed immediately….

The rare glimpse into State Department security protocols took the wind out of conservative challenges that relied heavily on electronic disclosures, particularly messages found on a controversial private computer server.

Once this was established, repeated attempts to draw inferences from the emails fell flat during more than three hours of morning testimony that could prove a turning point in the race for the White House if Clinton is able to escape relatively unscathed.”

A Democrat who voted to create the Benghazi committee, former congressman Ron Barber, said, as the article stated “There’s no there there. It’s just fishing that’s not catching any fish at all.” Barber labelled the committee “a political charade” as the article also stated.

We can’t simply dismiss Trump as being a buffoon.

The article “Hillary Clinton: Donald Trump ‘appealing to the worst instincts of human nature’” shows that Hillary Clinton is identifying the danger that is Trump.


It states “Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has been “appealing to the worst instincts of human nature” and that his “demagoguery” is no longer amusing.

“He has been stoking prejudice and paranoia. He’s been really appealing to the worst instincts of human nature.”


GOP Politicians Are Not Interested in Proposing Policies, but Are Simply Power Seeking Propagandists.

GOP Presidential Candidates are power seeking propagandists. GOP politicians are wasting our tax dollars investigating Hillary Clinton—for GOP partisan gain, and Rep. McCarthy admitted as much. The GOP has been following this duplicitous mode for decades at the expense of our democracy.

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