Skip to comments.Rasmussen By the Numbers (Democrats' nightmare)
Posted on 05/01/2010 8:30:27 AM PDT by Notwithstanding
If you need a reason to raise a glass this weekend, here is a round up of PROMISING data from Democratic pollster Scott Rasmussen.
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When Republicans are leading in the polls for healthcare and education...it’s over.
No problem, all the RINO’s have to do is pretend to be sufficiently conservative until after the election as usual and you should get the result that you desire.
“So-called “Tea Party” candidates in various districts will siphon off enough votes to ensure a Democrat win in them.”
Could be... BUT, it seems a lousy choice for the avid Constitutionalists among the electorate, if all they have from which to choose is the Pubbies and the Rats; neither of them fully represent the tea party view.
I’ve heard the BS about the ‘damage’ done by having a third party in the mix. And, I don’t buy it. Every constituency deserves to be represented in the political discourse of the nation, fully and vocally. Will outcomes be impacted? Perhaps. But, the broadly accepted political philosophies will likely still win out.
If that means the libs continue prodding us on the mad march to marxism, then we have more work to do. But, it doesn’t mean one or the other group should compromise their beliefs, IMO.
That’s pretty bad that Republicans trail Dems on ethics.
That will change as soon as everyone finds out who and what is behind the cap and tax con.
That is why we need to make sure we REALLY RESEARCH the so called “Tea Party Candidates” in the Primary races. Some are nothing more than DEMS or RINO’s running against the REAL Constitutional Conservative in the race!
Perfect example, Tim Burns running against the REAL Conservative, Bill Russell in PA District 12.
You’d think the GOP couldn’t read polls the way they screw up support for what are highly populist issues.
Most disgusting finding: 43% FAVOR Nancy Pelosi
We are doomed by such abysmal ignorance.
Healthcare Dem 37% GOP 53% ***
That one jumped out at me and should worry the Democrats.
The longer they take to find jobs the more that will turn.
Repeal 56% *** (48% strongly)
Keep 41% (29% strongly)
Obamacare effect on nation
Bad 52% ***
Obamacare equals middle class tax increase
Likely 78% *** (including 58% of Democrats)
Obamacare impact on budget deficit
Worse 60% ***
Obamacare impact on healthcare costs
Worse 57% ***
Obamacare impact on quality of healthcare
Worse 51% ***
The public rightly perceives NO benefit from Obamacare’s passage.
In other words, it was about foisting socialism upon the people rather than about solving a problem.
Obama will mandate every Platform be maned by Military, so that it is operated properly.
Nat. Enguirer will be treated as not worth the paper is written on, even though they broke the Edwards fiasco.
A majority of Americans think Obamacare should be repealed because it will:
have a bad effect on the nation,
increase middle class taxes,
increase the deficit,
increase health care costs, and
decrease the quality of care.
Later this evening’s Smirnoff’s Citrus & club soda ping.
“If the truth was out there, it would be a 5% lead for the GOP.”
If people understood the truth they would be looking for someone more conservative than Jim Demint to vote for. There would be no need for any candidate to the left of Demint to even get out of bed.
Too logical for the average bear to comprehend.