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Republican Conservative Hypocrisy: The GOP Has Successfully Linked Christian Conservatism to Filthy Politics in the Battle for Religious Votes J.K. Genda

Republican Conservative Hypocrisy: The GOP Has Successfully Linked Christian Conservatism to Filthy Politics in the Battle for Religious Votes

J.K. Genda

Published July 16th 2010
ISBN : 9781452014340
Paperback
124 pages
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As the linkage of Republican Conservatism to the church destroys the churchs credibility, Fox News has become the campaign headquarters of Republican Conservative Propaganda. Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and Sean Hannity are fighting daily to cover upMoreAs the linkage of Republican Conservatism to the church destroys the churchs credibility, Fox News has become the campaign headquarters of Republican Conservative Propaganda. Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and Sean Hannity are fighting daily to cover up the lecherousness, licentiousness, nepotism and corruption of the kleptocratic and plutocratic Republican system of the past twenty years. They have made a mark on society by broadcasting and speaking only half -truths that never touch the deep roots of the American problem but continue to deceive the American public. They have turned real issues-such as national debt, defense, foreign policy, immigration, health care, education, homosexuality, abortion, and limited government-into issues of deception. Part of the game plan is to use the Tea Party to recycle failed, inept politicians such as Sarah Palin in order to keep the kleptocracy going. The Office of the President of the United States has been held by a Republican for twenty of the last thirty years, with no significant accomplishments. For hypocritical Republican conservatives, twenty years was not enough to reform health care, immigration, education, and defense or to regulate the financial system and bring down the national debt. The American problem is real, and there are no quick fixes. On the whole, the problem is not a Republican or Democratic problem- it is an American problem. Every Democratic or Republican idea is not necessarily bad. The great conservative Republican lie is that only one party has the solution to Americas problem. But, America has never operated as a one-party state. The ideas of both parties make sense and nonsense at the same time.