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Isn't it funny? Just a few months ago the Republican party demanded that Donald Trump sign a pledge to run as a Republican. Now the Republican party wishes they had used invisible ink.

But the Republicans in Washington have created Donald Trump over the past seven years because they have been the party of "no," creating a broken system.

The Republicans in Washington said on the first day that President Obama took office they would not support him and would vote against anything President Obama presented.

Then the Republicans said we need more jobs. What did the Republicans do? They shut down the government. This put thousands out of their jobs, closed our National Parks, closed our National Monuments and the United States lost millions of dollars.

Then the Republicans said they were conservatives. But this cost the taxpayers $24 billion to reinstate what they shut down! This is a funny way to call themselves conservatives.

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Then the Republicans promised to cut Social Security and forget about the senior citizens who worked all their lives to receive a small retirement check.

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The Republicans then said they will change the Securities and Exchange Commission budget. Which in turn means probably another financial crisis, which means the middle class will get cheated and the rich will get richer.

The Republicans in Washington have done little to help America in the past seven years. They work very little, get a big pay check for doing very little. So this is one of the big reasons we now have Donald Trump. The Republicans the party of "no" created him and now they are saying "no" to the man they created.

-- Lavon Brillhart, Dillon

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