The Radicalization of the Democrat Party
Hillary Clinton, the endorsed Presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, has put forth of late some extreme proposals. Additionally there have been revelations during President Obama’s tenure in office that clearly demonstrate his own consistent opposition to the tenants of our constitution. The Democrat party (in California) has also openly endorsed the full legalization of pot which further displays the radicalization of this political party. Below are some factual points (references provided) that clearly demonstrate this radicalization.
- Forbes, SI Magazines in recent issues make light, even promote recreational pot legalization
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