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From Nicholas Graham at Huffington Post:

Colin Powell, in a lengthy interview with Fareed Zakaria on CNN, questioned whether the Republican Party had a future if it continued listening to and taking its cues from right wing radio host Rush Limbaugh. Powell said that figures such as Limbaugh appeal to Republicans’ lesser instincts, suggesting that’s not the kind of party that the GOP wants to be.

Limbaugh responded to Powell today on his radio show, dismissing the criticism as without merit. Limbaugh believes that the Republican Party hasn’t been listening to him over the last six years, as evidenced by its selection of John McCain as the Party’s 2008 presidential nominee.

Click here for the full story.

ALSO, check out the story about Colin Powell criticizing Sarah Palin and the Republican Party.

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