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GOP ‘unity’ hypocritical

As I listen to and read all the calls for the country to come together in unity behind Trump, I have to think back to election night 2008, when all the Republican leaders swore they were going to obstruct, oppose, defeat and prevent anything and everything that Obama proposed, attempted (and probably even thought) from becoming law or otherwise seeing the eight of day.

They’ve continued at it for the last eight years and will for the next six weeks. This is the Republican/conservative idea of coming together in unity. I’ve never run across a bigger bunch of hypocrites.

Eric Johnson


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