The Entrepreneurial Party of America Accuses Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck as Government Puppets With Radio Shows

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Frank J. De Raffele Jr., Founder and Head of the Entrepreneurial Party of America (which, according to him, will be the USA's third major party), stated, "Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck and all the other political talk show hosts are just spewing their party's propaganda and they are being puppeteered by them. They are committed to polarizing Americans, which makes all three of them a big part of the problem." American Entrepreneurs are disgusted with the way government is run and are looking for people that are solution oriented not focused on their political agendas or ratings.

Frank Speaking to American Entrepreneurs

There are approximately 27 Million small businesses in the United States that employ over 58.6 Million people. This country is built on entrepreneurship and that is being forgotten. It is the entrepreneurial companies that will turn this economy around, not the government nor major corporations. Our entrepreneurs feel they have no voice.

Frank J. De Raffele Jr., Founder and Head of the Entrepreneurial Party of America (which, according to him, will be the USA's third major party), stated, "Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck and all the other political talk show hosts are just spewing their party's propaganda and they are being puppeteered by them. They are committed to polarizing Americans, which makes all three of them a big part of the problem." American Entrepreneurs are disgusted with the way government is run and are looking for people that are solution oriented not focused on their political agendas or ratings.

According to De Raffele, "Government consists of bureaucrats that wheel and deal to do what is best for their career not what is best for the people they represent. Their personal agenda is about getting re-elected and networking themselves so they can move up in the political system. Republican and Democrat representatives can say what they want about each other, the reality is, they are all doing the same thing from different sides of the fence."

The idea for the Entrepreneurial Party of America, came from De Raffele speaking with thousands of entrepreneurs across the country who are disgusted with the way our major corporation, the United States of America, is run. Frank said because of all the feedback he's received, on his Entrepreneurial Excellence Radio Show, and from his many speaking engagements with business owners across the country, he knew how frustrated American entrepreneurs were and that they want to be in control of their future. "There are approximately 27 Million small businesses in the United States that employ over 58.6 Million people. This country is built on entrepreneurship and that is being forgotten. It is the entrepreneurial companies that will turn this economy around, not the government nor major corporations. Our entrepreneurs feel they have no voice." he added, " The Entrepreneurial Party is not about getting Republican or Democratic entrepreneurs to leave their party. We want them to know that there is a party here in America that has their interest and success as its first priority. This allows them to be part of likeminded entrepreneurs who have the same needs and concerns."

According to De Raffele, in America, the Entrepreneur is King. They hire the workers, pay the taxes and innovate the new products and services that drive our economy. He says that his party is not for or against what Democrats or Republicans believe in. What they are against is their process for getting results or for that matter, lack of results, for the American Entrepreneur.

"Limbaugh, Hannity, Beck and the others use their power to create controversy not to solve problems. They use their radio pulpits to praise their party, demonize the other and then hide behind the statement that they are Patriotic Americans that care about our entrepreneurs. The result of their words is detrimental to our entrepreneurial community, not beneficial by any stretch of the imagination." De Raffele claims to be neither a Democrat nor a Republican. He says that the Entrepreneurial Party of America is made up of Republicans, Democrats, Independents, Libertarians and many others that are Entrepreneurs or believes in the Entrepreneurial way.
The members of the Entrepreneiral Party of America would like to have Limbaugh, Hannity and Beck, defend their "support" of the American Entrepreneur with De Raffele but they know that none of them would be willing to take on that challenge and risk embarrassing themselves in the media.

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