William Thien

Political Infighting has Candidates Off Task. Coincidence?

Posted on: March 6, 2016

I could say I am enjoying the theatrical bickering going on during Republican debates.

My problem with the infighting is that it enables the candidates to avoid talking about real, substantive issues such as an unfair tax code, extensive and institutionalized and sexualized socialism ingrained in the economy, or foreign relations for that matter.

It appears that one candidate seems to be attempting to focus the debate on such contemporary issues while the other candidates are teaming up on that candidate as if they were trying to protect special interests of which we the public are not quite entirely aware.

Coincidence?

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