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Outgoing Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-Va.) said on Sunday that being a politician with any party right now is “difficult” and expressed doubts over whether the two-party system is benefitting Americans.

Riggleman was asked by Chuck Todd on NBC’s “Meet the Press” if he is still a Republican.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I’ll tell you what, I’m a Republican, what I thought a constitutional Republican was, but the way the GOP is going in Virginia it’s very difficult for me to stay with any party. I believe duopoly is really, the two-party system is really failing the American people right now,” he said.

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    • Totally agree. The founders of this country were not only smarter and better educated then most in government today, but also had a keen understanding of human nature. They knew that eventually human nature being what it is, would try to circumvent the Constitution.

  1. Our founders turned to God for wisdom. When our leaders do that again, things may change for the better. Until then we are losing our country, little by little.


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