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The GOP is a Fraud and Will Betray Republican Voters

By Eowyn @DrEowyn

The GOP is a fraud and will betray Republican votersDr. Eowyn:

Interesting article on how the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (CoC) is Wall St., not main street, why CoC supports Obamacare, amnesty for illegals, and Common Core, and most importantly, how the Republican Party (the elites) serves the interests of the CoC.

That, in turn, explains why, despite being elected a majority in both House and Senate, Republicans have done nothing about Obamacare and illegal “immigration”.

All of which makes the GOP little different from the Democratic Party, certainly at the national level. They are a uniparty: Tweedledee and Tweedledum. See:

This also explains why the super-rich are bankrolling the presidential campaigns of both Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush.

On the other hand, if Donald Trump goes third party, which he has refused to rule out, that will mean a split in the 2016 Republican vote (Rasmussen Reports estimates as much as 31% of Republicans may vote for Trump), which will ensure a victory for the Democratic candidate.

Looks like we’re screwed no matter what.

The GOP is a fraud and will betray Republican votersOriginally posted on The Last Refuge:

Begin with the end in mind – I’m not trying to convince anyone that Donald Trump is  running a campaign to actually win the GOP nomination.

Factually, I’m as uncertain and perhaps more skeptical as the next person. However, given that Trump has actually done things he normally wouldn’t do if this was a mere publicity stunt (ie. stock divestitures, removal of conflicts etc.), for the sake of intellectual argument, I’m going to assume, cautiously yet optimistically, he’s in it to win it.

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So why support him?

Argument #1 – After all, he’s been a democrat, an independent, a Republican, and well, I have consistently despised Charlie Crist.

Counter Argument – Then again, what about Mitch McConnell and John Boehner, and Orin Hatch, and Lindsey Graham, and John McCain, and John Cornyn, and Thad Cochran and, well, you get the point…. What’s the difference between supporting those consistently Republican “Republicans” only to have them advocate for…

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