America's "Bloodless" Civil War
by HERBERT J. GANS
Mar 09, 2014 | 593 views | 1 1 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
According to the pundits, the Republican party is engaged in civil war between its establishment and Tea Party factions. However, the civil war is actually a countrywide one. It paralyzes America's politics, stalls its economic growth as well as cuts its basic services. Only a few people and organizations may be hit by bombs and shells, but the civil war hurts many others all across America.

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Curtis Blankenship
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March 09, 2014
The Democrats seem to have a way of attempting to identify the republican party. Their lack of tolerance to the whole process is really unbelievable. But in truth they have been hijacked by socialism. We are just trying to make sure our "republicans" are not in name only but believe in the principles of conservatism. Less Government more personal responsibility. My life is my fault, your life is your fault.