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The United States presidential election of 2016 featured a contest between Democrat Hillary Clinton and her Republican opponent, Donald Trump, as well as Gary Johnson, who ran as a Libertarian. Trump, aided by the ISIS crisis and a stagnant economy at home, won the election in a landslide. Clinton, after defeating Bernie Sanders for the Democratic nomination, attacked Trump as a dangerous right-wing radical. For his part, Trump, the real estate magnate and reality TV star, repeatedly ridiculed Clinton, and won a decisive victory; in the simultaneous Congressional elections, Republicans widened control of the United States Senate. This election marked the beginning of what is popularly called the “Populist Revolution.”

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Rand Paul on Gay Marriage

Rand Paul was given very little time to speak in the first GOP debate, but he did have this great quote:

“I don’t want my marriage or my guns registered in Washington. If people have an opinion, it’s a religious opinion that is heart-felt, obviously they should be allowed to practice that, and no government should be allowed to interfere with that. … When the government tries to invade the church to enforce its own opinion on marriage, that’s when it’s time to resist.

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Lindsey Graham, Embarassing

Lindsey GrahamElection 2016 is an embarrassment to the State of South Carolina. He violates Ronald Reagan’s Eleventh Commandment every chance he gets by attacking Rand Paul. He doesn’t vote in our best interests. He wanted to keep the PATRIOT act and continue to allow the NSA to spy on us.

I really think the only reason he’s running for President is to try to knock Rand Paul out of the race. My prediction: He will lose in his home state and drop out of the race soon after.
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