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Limbaugh: ‘Total repudiation’ of Barack Obama

WND.com, by Joe Kovacs, 11/11/16 –


In the wake of Donald Trump’s stunning White House victory, radio host Rush Limbaugh wasted no time attacking President Obama and Democrat policies Tuesday, calling Trump’s win “a total repudiation” of Barack Obama’s presidency.

“It was a total repudiation of the Obama presidency and every aspect of it. It was a total repudiation of the Democrat Party by the people I always describe as those who make this country work,” Limbaugh said during his post-election analysis Wednesday. “It’s a full repudiation of Obamacare. It’s a full repudiation of Obama economics.”

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Not voting reflects selfishness

D A SharpeFrom Wise County Messenger, By D.A. Sharpe, May 14, 2016

This 2016 presidential election year has been among the most unusual in memory, both for Democrats and for Republicans.

Let’s examine some of the reactions being heard from the frustrated or confused.

The Democratic Party primary election has had up to eight presidential candidates this season, but the thrust boils down to two candidates – Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Clinton represents the stability of the Democratic Party, and Sanders represents the taking over from those who follow the status quo.

The Generation Y voters, those born generally 1980 and after, have influenced greatly the Democratic Party race, being attracted to political solutions providing the most for seemingly the most people.

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Americans and a Third Major Party

From Amac.us, By Jedediah Bila, 9/12/2012 – Gallup released an interesting poll today with respect to the appetite of American voters for a third major party. According to the poll, 45% of Americans believe “the Republican and Democratic parties do an adequate job of representing the American people” (a number that has increased from 38% in September of 2011), while 46% believe that “they do such a poor job that a third major party is needed” (a number that has declined from 55% since September of 2011.)

40% of Democrats, 36% of Republicans, and 58% of Independents currently support the concept of a third party. It is important to note that the “58% support level among independents…is the second lowest on record.”

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