Monday, April 4, 2011

New Poll Shows Voters Think Democrats Are The Extreemist

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Voters continue to view the Republican agenda in Congress as more mainstream than the agenda of the Democrats. But only one-in-four voters think the average member of either party shares the same ideology they do.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Voters shows that 45% say it would be more accurate to describe the agenda of Republicans in Congress as mainstream, up five points from last month. Thirty-eight percent (38%) say it's more accurate to describe that agenda as extreme, while 17% more are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
But half of voters (50%) say the Democratic agenda in Congress is extreme, while 37% see it as mainstream, also up five points from a month ago. Another 14% are not sure.
In August of last year as the mid-term congressional races heated up, most voters (53%) viewed the GOP agenda in Congress as mainstream, while 57% described the Democratic agenda as extreme.
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If the Republicans are the mainstream Party it goes to show the Tea Party is also a mainstream ideology. But we already knew that the liberal ideology is just a fringe group of extremists with less then 20% of the populous.

But not all thanks goes to the Tea Party for bring the Republican Party into then mainstream. We must thank the radical left-wing and unions for their part. Thanks to them and their vandalism, violent rhetoric and threats just about everyone looks mainstream. It's nice to see the conservative underground doing their job and sending out the pictures and videos of the left-wing violence and rhetoric to their email friends. Both sides must keep doing what they are doing and it will be an easy victory come Nov.

Dean Scream Payback: Right Running Things Is a Threat to Country & Equivalent to Burning Down Buildings; Tea Partiers Have Deep Problems; Fox Is Propaganda & MSNBC Is Factually Correct

Can you believe that these people believe these things? What are your thoughts on what Dean is saying?

Obama 2012: President Announces Re-Election Bid With This Campaign Video

The official start of his second White House bid comes 20 months before the November 2012 election.
“We’re doing this now because the politics we believe in does not start with expensive TV ads or extravaganzas, but with you – with people organizing block-by-block, talking to neighbors, co-workers, and friends. And that kind of campaign takes time to build,” Obama said in an e-mail to supporters.

Let's see if Obama runs on "Hope and Change" again. I'm sure he wont run on his track record,jobs,economy,energy prices,war,obamacare... What will Obama run on? Will he blame Bush and Republicans? For the life of me I can't see what he will run on? The banks are still too big to fail. Gas is going through the roof,unemployment it still out of control and he hasn't fixed anything that needed to be fixed. Other then paying off the unions, what has he done for us?