Alfredo Ortiz of Job Creators Network writes in The Hill that this week’s Democrat presidential debates highlighted the internal party civil war between the moderate wing and the socialists:
The growing discord between the socialist and moderate wings of the Democratic Party turned into a full on civil war at the presidential primary debates in Detroit this week. Though the moderate Democratic candidates are still to the left of many Americans, supporting higher taxes and a public healthcare option, they effectively exposed the center-stage socialists as out of touch with reality when it comes to public policy. They acted as stand-ins for ordinary Americans and small business owners who are skeptical of the socialists’ radical policies on major issues such as health care and energy reform.
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