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USA – A Return to Normalcy in 2016? No more Wilson/Cox, no more Obama/Clinton, Enough!!!

Without looking it up, I was unable to name the Democratic candidate for president in 1920. The name is James M. Cox, a successful two-term governor of Ohio and Democratic Party leader – in his day, a politician as widely known as Hillary Clinton is today.

Unfortunately for Cox, he was running in the shadow of Woodrow Wilson. During eight years of heavy-handed progressivism, Wilson expanded the powers of government by instituting a federal income tax, reinstating the military draft, and creating a host of regulatory agencies (including the IRS and the Federal Trade Commission). By the time it was over, Americans had had enough. They were eager for a return to normalcy…

http://www.americanthinker.com/2014/06/a_return_to_normalcy_in_2016.html

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