There are consequences to decisions made by elected officials. And most often those consequences occur at election time.
As Written By Allen B. West:
Only here in America does it seem we reward failure, especially at the presidential level particularly lately. And it’s even more perplexing that a political ideology responsible for failure has the abject gall to take to the streets and protest anyone being in opposition to their ludicrous philosophy of governance. However, name-calling and politically correct intimidation isn’t working in one Western nation.
As reported by Fox8Live, “A nationalist, anti-migration party powered into three German state legislatures in elections Sunday held amid divisions over Chancellor Angela Merkel’s liberal approach to the refugee crisis, projections showed. Merkel’s conservatives lost to center-left rivals in two states they had hoped to win.
The elections in the prosperous southwestern state of Baden-Wuerttemberg, neighboring Rhineland-Palatinate and relatively poor Saxony-Anhalt in the ex-communist east were the first major political test since Germany registered nearly 1.1 million people as asylum-seekers last year.
The three-year-old Alternative for Germany, or AfD – which has campaigned against Merkel’s open-borders approach – easily entered all three legislatures, according to projections for ARD and ZDF television based on exit polls and early counting.
They showed AfD winning more than 14 percent of the vote in Baden-Wuerttemberg, around 12 percent in Rhineland-Palatinate and some 24 percent in Saxony-Anhalt, where it finished second.
“We are seeing above all in these elections that voters are turning away in large numbers from the big established parties and voting for our party,” AfD leader Frauke Petry said.
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