Not so grand?
Mar 26, 2013 | 1940 views | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Dear Editor:

Fascinating, but not shocking.

I recently read a Dispatch by Nicholas Zizelis in which he stated that President Bill Clinton had received the honored Republican Lincoln Leadership Prize as “defining the very characteristics of President Lincoln’s legacy as one of the great leaders of our country”.

He is the first president of any political party, let alone a Democratic president, to be presented this rare tribute.

I now find it equally fascinating that the PPP’s (Public Policy Polling) latest Wisconsin poll showed voters would handily pick Hillary Clinton for president over their own state's Republican Scott Walker or Paul Ryan in 2016. Same applied to Republicans Marco Rubio of Florida and even Chris Christie of New Jersey.

It is that a growing majority of voters are “Tea”-d off that the more of today’s version of the Neo-Conservative Republican Party placed into positions of authority and power, the further has been the damage incurred by our country?

They've learned a lesson from the disastrous 2010 House of Representative's infestation of the radical clueless freshman.

Sincerely.

Zack Pal

Bayside

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