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Republicans have not won a decisive presidential election since 1988. Polls show that the party’s stance on practically every issue is a loser: same-sex marriage, international affairs, immigration, even taxes and the deficit. But this dismal situation only a quarter year earlier, was the plight of the Democrats.
Democrats have simply overwhelmed Republicans with their technological superiority; starting with the cooked voting machines that determine the outcome and not the ballot.
In the late 1980s, Democrats were the party of racial quotas, handgun bans, and welfare rights, viewed as soft on crime, weak on communism, and antagonistic to family values. The party’s lone president since 1964, Jimmy Carter, won post-Watergate with just 50 percent of the vote. “You’d look at polls and see that the American public agreed with the Republican Party on every meaningful voting issue. Tune in for more Thursday at 11:AM est
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