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Chuck Todd Question Could Be Aimed At Every Republican In America Concerning The Morality Of Their Party

December 10, 2017

This morning Meet The Press host Chuck Todd asked a question of South Carolina Senator Tim Scott.  But as I heard it there was no doubt the question could also apply to every Republican voter in America.

“You know, there’s been some concern that the election of Roy Moore is just going to send a larger negative message about what the Republican Party stands for. You have been somebody, as a leader in the party, to try to talk about inclusion. I wonder if comments like this that Roy Moore said when he was revering the age of slavery when he said, ‘I think it was a great time in America at the time when families were united, even though we had slavery. They cared for one another. People were strong in their families.’

“And then I thought about that quote and this tweet from Steve King earlier this week. And he says this, ‘Diversity is not our strength.’ And then he quotes Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán quote, ‘Mixing cultures will not lead to a higher quality of life, but a lower one.’ This stuff inside your party, look Sen. Scott, I know you don’t want to associate yourself with that. But it’s associated with the Republican party. What do you do about this?

Yes, what do Republican voters think about these matters?

2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 10, 2017 12:48 PM

    Sadly, I think you are correct.

    In spite of that I wish you are having a nice Holiday season! Glad to see your comments.

  2. December 10, 2017 12:45 PM

    Everybody knows that already. Chuck Todd is asking something that is painfully obvious to every citizen of the country. That’s exactly why they are Republicans.

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