Thursday, January 31, 2013

Chris Matthews addresses Beck's influence in the Republican Party

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On his show this week, Hardball with Chris Matthews, the host discussed the division in the Republican Party between moderate Republicans and Tea Party extremists. One of the examples that Matthews brought up in his discussion with former RNC chairman, Micheal Steele and National Review's Robert Costa, is Glenn Beck who recently pronounced the Republican Party as "dead."

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Is Glenn Beck actually participating in the "murder" of the Republican Party? In 2011, Beck declared his "hatred" for the Republican Party. Steele refused to return that sentiment, but as this division in the Party between the moderate conservatives and the Limbaugh/Hannity/Beck misinformed extremists plays out, it will be interesting to see if the moderates can do what David Brook was suggesting in his op-ed piece. Can the Republican Party reinvent itself as the Party of Eisenhower, or will it continue to be the "stupid Party" of Beck, Limbaugh and Hannity?

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