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Written By: Laurence M Vance  |  Posted: Sunday, August 5th, 2018

Rush Limbaugh and George Will are both conservatives. But that is like saying that Milton Friedman and Murray Rothbard were both libertarians. Nevertheless, both Limbaugh and Will have expressed reservations about the Republican Party.

After the Republican majority in Congress made a deal with the Democrats in April 2017 to fund the federal government through the end of fiscal year 2017 (September 30) via a $1.2 trillion spending bill, Vice President Mike Pence called The Rush Limbaugh Show, where he was asked by the host, "If this is what happens, Mr. Vice President, why vote Republican? What is the point of  voting Republican if the Democrats are gonna continue to win practically 95 percent of their objectives, such as in this last budget deal?"

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