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Has Our Political Rhetoric Gotten Too Childish?
by Bradley Matthews
With the two main GOP candidates fighting over their wives, among other things, one is left to ask: has our political climate become too childish? See the cartoon…
Some of the usually rational conservative web sites seem to have lost their mind. The effort by some to prevent Donald Trump from being the Republican candidate border on the paranoid. The daily routine of branding all of those who have voted for Trump (over one third of the votes cast so far) as somehow mentally defective is itself insane. To purposely insult and alienate that large of a portion of the republican voter base will insure that Hillary, not any Republican nominee, becomes the next President. That being the case she will be in position to nominate three or four extremely liberal supreme court justices. That horrid prospect seems not to register in their mind.
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It seems like every TV awards show these days – the Oscars, Golden Globes, Emmys, Tonys, etc., are filled with liberals constantly spewing liberal propaganda. The political nature of these shows used to be limited to one outrageous comment or diatribe here or there, but it has steadily increased and become more visceral and brutal in recent years