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Survey finds more closet conservatives

Recent poll shows more people are closet conservatives. According to Rasmussen, The Tea Party, widely considered the new voice of conservatism seized 23% of telephone survey takers overtaking 18% of people that carried the Republican moniker. It seems conservatives may be coming out of the closet.

Paronomasia aside, 73% of Republican voters believe their party has lost touch with its base. If the Republican Party wishes to perform the coup de etat in 2010 it should focus more on shoring up its base instead of pandering to the faux middle.

The Independent party is nothing more than an embarrassed Republican or Democrat. Not wanting to carry the stigma of being associated with either party, Americans are embracing the U.N. like Independent title.

With the looming 2010 elections, the middle of the road hitchhiker is going to have to man-up and pick a side as complacency is losing ground in United States politics. Conservatives are seeing that sitting on the sidelines while a Freshman Politician runs the Country into the ground, albeit a great example of “What not to do” instructional video, is disastrous none the less.

The American populous has made it abundantly clear they are not happy with the current way of things. (Gallup Poll regarding honesty and ethics by profession) Will this angst culminate in the next Conservative revolution in America? One is left to wonder if Americans will stand up once again and remind the government who is picking up the tab. Its last call, you don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here. 

Comments

  • John 4 years ago

    Absolutely. I've had enough Bush's and McCain's. I want another Reagan or Kennedy.

  • John 4 years ago

    Looks like you're new. I'll throw a link up for you.

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