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Politico uploaded another post-election piece yesterday morning, expressing yet another possible excuse for the GOP's election drubbing.
This time, it's talk radio and Fox News who are to blame.
From the article:
On the night of Nov. 6, shortly after President Barack Obama won reelection, Steve Schmidt went on NBC News and called on GOP leaders to “stand up” against the extreme elements in the party that the Republican strategist believes are leading it down the wrong path, even singling out Limbaugh by name.
Days later on MSNBC, Joe Scarborough criticized Republicans for taking cues from unnamed pundits “who make tens of millions of dollars engaging in niche marketing” that the host complained provides a misleading picture of the nation’s electorate. Columnist David Frum last week slammed the “conservative entertainment complex” that had “fleeced, exploited and lied to” Republicans, ensuing doom on Election Day.
What do you think? Are we in the "conservative entertainment complex" party to blame for the GOP's loss?