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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Michael Legault
Anger at the federal government has manifested itself in many ways. On the right, we have seen Tea Party protests in the streets. The left more recently has answered with the Occupy Wall Street movement. There also have been a growing number of books written by ordinary Americans trying to figure out what is wrong with people in Washington.
Mr. LeGault angrily says our politicians resemble Nero fiddling while Rome burns.
"Everything that is happening in America has already befallen dozens of other kingdoms, empires and nation states," Mr. LeGault warns.