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Published on February 19th, 2016 | by Admin


Toward a Socialist America: Democrats Will Be Unified in November While the Republicans Will Be Divided

Excerpts from Fred Barnes article, “Republicans Are Campaigning to Lose — Voters Feel Betrayed By Republican Leaders.”

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Fred Barnes

“If the turbulence continues—and there’s no end in sight—the Republican nominee will lead a badly divided and weakened party in the general election in November. The Democratic candidate won’t be a powerhouse. That’s a certainty. But either Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders will have the benefit of a united Democratic Party, a significant advantage in a close election.”

“The split between party leaders and a substantial number of party voters emerged after Republicans won the House in the 2010 midterm election, and swelled when they added the Senate in 2014. Their legislative gains were minimal. The Republican base, egged on by conservative talk radio, accused congressional leaders of knuckling under to President Obama. Thus the notion of betrayal.”

“The discord and anger were practically an invitation to Mr. Trump to enter the race. A unified Republican Party would have provided him neither the political space in which to run nor issues to exploit.”

“The more bruising the fights, the more difficult it will be to produce Republican unity.”

“Having capitalized on the GOP split, Mr. Trump shows no interest in bringing the party together. Unity is not his strong suit.”

“The Donald is not a team player, yet he has the best shot at the moment of winning the nomination. What happens then? The Republican rift will not be healed and disunity will reign. It’s highly likely that a sizable chunk of the Republican establishment will decline to back Mr. Trump in a repeat of 1964 when liberal and moderate Republicans refused to support Barry Goldwater.”

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