The Nation’s Chris Hayes on GOP’s Hopes for Failure

The Nation’s Chris Hayes on GOP’s Hopes for Failure

The Nation’s Chris Hayes on GOP’s Hopes for Failure

The Nation‘s Chris Hayes deconstructs why Republicans like Rush Limbaugh are rooting for President Obama to fail.


In recent weeks, Rush Limbaugh and Co. have repeated their stated desire
to see the president, and presumably the country he leads, fail. The
‘s Washington,
DC editor Christopher Hayes suggests that this “economic nihilism” makes
it difficult for Republicans to take part in meaningful policy debates
or communicate with people who operate outside the right wing echo

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