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posted: 12/14/2012 4:51 AM

Rejection of right-wing extremism

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Rejection of right-wing extremism

When analyzing November's election results, let's be crystal clear. President Obama won handily in both the Electoral College and in the popular vote. In addition, the Democrats added two senatorial seats to its majority and reduced the Republican margin in the House.

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More importantly, these wins were only partially the result of superior campaign strategies, and they most certainly were not the result of superior financial resources. The Democrats won because American voters rejected Republican policies and the party's vision for the future. It was a vote for reasoned moderation and a rejection of right-wing extremism.

Mary F. Warren


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