Radical Progressive's New Line of Attack: GOP Party Makes Bush Look Moderate

The radical “progressives” who just tripled the US deficit in one year, presided over the largest domestic spending increase ever, destroyed millions of jobs, nationalized health care, bribed each other with taxpayer money, nearly doubled the unemployment rate, sued Arizona for upholding immigration law, and who just added more to the national debt in the last 19 months than all presidents from Washington to Ronald Reagan COMBINED… Have a new line of attack for November–
“Republicans are radical.”

FOX News reported:

Former President Bill Clinton said Tuesday that the Republican Party is embracing “ideology over evidence” and pushing out pragmatic voices that would make even his White House successor seem like a liberal.

Clinton, speaking at a Democratic fundraiser in Minneapolis, said there was no mistaking that Republicans have tacked hard right and questioned whether former President George W. Bush would fit in among the party’s candidates this year.

“A lot of their candidates today, they make him look like a liberal,” Clinton told an enthusiastic crowd at a downtown hotel as he campaigned for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton.

Clinton pointed to the tea party movement’s influence on the GOP.

“The Boston Tea Party was protesting abuse of power. This is now trading public power for the abuse of private power,” Clinton said, just as a tea party-backed candidate was declared the winner Tuesday night in Delaware’s hotly contested Republican primary for U.S. Senate

Because, we all know… Cutting spending, reducing the deficit, and cutting taxes are very radical ideas.
Good luck with that, libs.

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