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Still from The Loudest Voice Showtime. Two of the more infamous Republican Party operatives have become the subjects of biopics within the past year. The two subjects have quite a bit in common. To start with, they were both products of an America that Norman Rockwell once painted but no longer exists. His father was a foreman in Packard Electronics, a subsidiary of General Motors. Just like Michael Moore, whose father worked for GM in Flint, Ailes idealized the Warren of his youth, seeing it as a place where motherhood, apple pie and the flag reigned supreme.
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With that indelible image of Saddam's toppling statue forever banishing the doubts of the armchair generals, and with the amazing achievements of the United States armed forces coming into sharper relief, it's time for all honest observers — and especially conservatives — to confront a simple fact:. This should be obvious to anyone not blinded by ideology or partisanship. We've been told repeatedly how much more lethal and accurate our forces are in than they were in — so much so that we needed only , troops to drive to Baghdad and change the regime, as opposed to the , we sent merely to oust Saddam from Kuwait in Gulf War I. Something like 90 percent of the bombs and missiles we use are "precision guided" today, versus roughly 10 percent back in
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Dick chaney rush limbaugh radical republicans. For years, conservatives had fun prodding the left by noting that Dick Cheney was more progressive than President Obama on the issue of same-sex marriage. In , even as George W.
Paul on the same night as President Bush, according to representaives for the vice president and John McCain's campaign. He's coming out of hiding. Paul so they can arrest him when he speaks, so he can stand trial as a war criminal. I have always considered myself a republican, but I cannot connect myself with the current party.