Republican Party

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Group.png Republican Party  
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AbbreviationGOP
Headquarters310 First Street SE Washington, D.C. 20003
Member ofInternational Democrat Union

The U. S. Republican party is one of the two main political parties available to US voters.

“It should have been evident to clear-eyed observers that the Republican Party is becoming less and less like a traditional political party in a representative democracy and becoming more like an apocalyptic cult, or one of the intensely ideological authoritarian parties of 20th century Europe.”
Mike Lofgren (3 September 2011)  Goodbye to All That: Reflections of a GOP Operative Who Left the Cult [1]

Gary Allen wrote in Richard Nixon: The Man Behind The Mask in 1971 that "The fact is that the Republican party is now little more than a name. America's two-party system has quietly been replaced by the virtual dictatorship of an "invisible government."[2]

 

Related Quotations

PageQuoteAuthorDate
Andrew Breitbart“If these guys don’t learn how to play the media ... we’re going to probably get a celebrity candidate.”Andrew Breitbart2011
Eugene V. Debs“The worker who votes the Republican or Democratic ticket does worse than throw away his vote. He is a deserter of his class and his own worst enemy, though he may be in blissful ignorance of the fact that he is false to himself and his fellow workers, and that sooner or later he must reap what he has sown.”Eugene V. Debs
John McCain“Republican 2008 presidential hopeful John McCain crooned the words “Bomb Iran” to a Beach Boys’ tune in joking response to a question about any possible U.S. attack over Tehran’s suspected nuclear weapons program. “That old Beach Boys song, Bomb Iran ... bomb, bomb, bomb, bomb,” the Vietnam War veteran warbled softly to the band’s “Barbara Ann” when he was asked when the United States would send an “airmail message” to Iran.”John McCain
Reuters
April 2007


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