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Democrats Begin Devouring Obama's Legacy

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Democrats Begin Devouring Obama's Legacy

Democrats Begin Devouring Obama's Legacy

President Ronald Reagan left office in 1989.

The Republican Party has honored his legacy for the last 30-years.

To the GOP, Reagan is sacred and his decisions are all beyond reproach and discussion.

The Democratic party does not feel the same way about Barack Obama's legacy.

Politico says Democrats "are eating their party’s presidential legacies with fava beans and a nice chianti." Obama’s reputation became collateral damage as candidates took aim at former Vice President Joe Biden.


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