And from the wishcasting/bullshit department… https://t.co/ld1pIz7dUi
— tmi3rd (@tmi3rd) March 5, 2016
The race for the Republican Party nomination is incredibly heated this year. Why? The Associated Press thinks they’ve diagnosed the reason:
Republicans can blame their united stand against President Barack Obama for their party's splintering: https://t.co/xZ4tTWximD
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) March 5, 2016
Is the AP saying that if the Republicans would have completely caved to every Obama/Dem demand these last few years, there wouldn’t be such controversy over the party’s nominee and the GOP would be in a better position to win the General Election?
@AP_Politics @AP @realDonaldTrump More nonsense from AP. The GOP may appear splintered, but they aren't running a criminal or a communist.
— Paul Roth (@paul8248) March 5, 2016
@AP_Politics Boehner was not pragmatic, but a sell out. If R's had stood up for conservatism, they would not be splintered.
— R. R. Love (@RRLove16) March 5, 2016
This narrative seems like a huge oversimplification. Note absence of any substantive quotes. https://t.co/7vuURPz0CL
— Todd Hallidy (@ToddHallidy) March 5, 2016
@AP_Politics @AP bullshit. Their lacknof a spine, and voting like Rinos, is why the party is splintering. Rep voters are fed up with them.
— J.B. (@annas_dad) March 5, 2016
@AP_Politics @AP Boy are you guys out of touch. Their failure to block Obamacare and his other anti-american policies have caused the rift.
— the real truth (@unpctruth) March 5, 2016
@AP_Politics Nah, that actually has absolutely nothing to do with the GOP primary mess. Bad analysis.
— Joe (@JoeFL65) March 5, 2016
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