Skip to comments.Patrick Caddell, pollster who also contributed to Fox News, is dead at 68: report.
Posted on 02/16/2019 9:44:47 PM PST by carriage_hill
Patrick Caddell, a former Fox News contributor, reportedly died Saturday at age 68. The political pollster died as a result of complications of a stroke, his colleague Professor Kendra Stewart told The New York Times. Caddell was born in South Carolina on May 19, 1950. He lived in Massachusetts and Florida during his childhood, among other places, as a result of his fathers role in the Coast Guard, the outlet said.
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“Shouldve been saddened where his party had come from and denounced it for all the damage it has caused.”
You mean like the ‘reforms’ and legislation that originated with progressive politicians like Teddy Roosevelt and Robert La Follette and Hiram Johnson?
Administrative agencies, the income tax, the Federal Reserve? That damage?
Caddell would have had no reason to apologize for that stuff since it originated in the Republican Party. As did eugenics, with its founder Margaret Sanger, matron of the Tucson Republican Womens Club.
Pat is the old democrat personae that most Americans voted for in many years past. He was not happy with his party’s direction and was brave enough to step forward and talk about it honestly. Liked the man
Although I didn’t agree with his political views, I respected him and his opinions. May he rest in peace.
The LAST DECENT Democrat. The absolute LAST one! RIP.
Sad news. He was one of few democrats who would tell it like it is.
RIP, Pat. You were one of my favorites.
“During this time Sanger also became involved in such radical groups as the Liberal Club and the Womens Committee of the NY Socialist Party. Additionally, Sanger supported the anarchist-run Ferrer Center and the Modern School, where her children briefly received a non-traditional education, and took part in labor demonstrations and strikes put on by the Industrial Workers of the World. Sangers participation in the intellectual atmosphere and in these socialist and anarchist activities further established her position on the far left.”
Prayers to his family...
Rest in peace, but I can not say I respect what he did in life since he helped Carter win election.
R.I.P. Mr. Caddell
Pat Caddell was a likeable democrat. He made sense when he spoke on FOX programs. RIP Pat Caddell.
So, this leaves us with a grand total of zero sane democrats remaining?
Pats reasonable voice will be missed.
He did kind of look like he was suffering from something.
I can’t of any left...
I can’t think of any others left...
With what’s ahead for our nation, I hope I don’t live that long.
I always enjoyed it when Pat came on Fox News. RIP Pat.
“Born in Corning, New York, Sanger spent more than 30 years in Arizona and died in Tucson in 1966, a registered Republican. She even held meetings of the Republican Womens Club in her Tucson home.”
“In 1937, Sanger teamed with Peggy Goldwater, the wife of Arizonas legendary politician, Barry Goldwater, to open Phoenixs first birth control clinic. Later, as a U.S. senator, Barry became a champion for womens reproductive rights.”
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