Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Only 60% Of Tea Partiers Are Republicans

The rest are a mixture of Democrats and Independents.

So when the Obamacrats and the Big Media demonize the Tea Party folks and tell heinous lies about them, they're doing it, not only to Republicans, but also to Democrats and Independents.  And the dangerous thing about that is that alienating the 40% group will pretty much guarantee that the Obamacrats will be more or less wiped out in future elections.  This includes Obama in 2012, because Obama personally has heinously attacked the Tea Party as has the Democratic Party and the Obamacrat-positive Big Media.

So in their extreme zeal in transforming America according to Hard-Leftwing ideology, the Obamacrats are shooting themselves in the feet, electorally.

The Obamacrats, in attacking the Tea Party with big lies, including fabricating false "N-word" utterance incidents, have really demonstrated their infantile mentality, and this is a sign to voters that the Obamacrats, including Obama himself, are so infantile that if they're permitted to continue to be the government, they'll pretty much destroy America as we know her.

Stupid, stupid Obamacrats.

Anyway, what unites the Tea Party folks?
The group is united around two issues – the economy/jobs and reducing the deficit. They believe that cutting spending is the key to job creation and favor tax cuts as the best way to stimulate the economy. That said 61 percent of Tea Party members believe infrastructure spending creates jobs. Moreover, given the choice Tea Party members favor 63-32 reducing unemployment to 5 percent over balancing the budget.


The group has a favorable view of Republicans generally but that drops from 71 to 57 percent if they’re asked about Congressional Republicans. Congressional Democrats are viewed very unfavorably by 75 percent of Tea Party members – a uniquely strong antipathy. An overwhelming 95 percent said “Democrats are taxing, spending, and borrowing too much.”

The group also vehemently dislikes President Barack Obama – even more so than those who called themselves Republicans in the survey. Over 80 percent of Tea Party members disapprove of the job he’s doing as president, whereas 77 percent of Republican respondents said they disapprove of Obama. The Tea Party members are also strongly opposed to the Democrats’ healthcare plan, with 82 percent saying they oppose it --  only 48 percent of respondents overall were opposed.
Hmm.  Seems that there's people who are even more conservative than Republicans.  Then again, this shouldn't be surprising, as, after all, the cultrue of the GOP isn't as conservative as many Republican-leaning voters want it to be.

Better a hard-right government than a hard-left government.

After all, what does "right-wing" mean?  It means liberty, freedom, preserving everyone's rights and truly free enterprise, not to mention minimal government and minimal government interference in peoples' lives. 

I'd rather have that to an "extreme" extent than have a neo-Communist, extreme-left-wing regime such as the Obamacrat regime, which is constantly taking peoples' rights and liberties away whilst amassing the size, power and reach of the state apparatus, exploding taxes, the deficit and debt in the process, shoving America really hard towards bankruptcy and ultimate ruin.

So better "extreme right-wing" than "extreme left-wing".  

After all, "extreme left-wing" conjures images of National Socialism (remember the Nazis?) and Communism (remember the USSR and see what's going on with China and North Korea?).  Extreme left-wing means the loss of our rights and freedoms!

"Extreme right-wing", to me, means back-to-the-good-old-days-when-everything-worked-more-properly and when we had all kinds of rights and liberties (all guaranteed by our constitutions) and the government wasn't so upon and upside our asses as it is today.  In the good old days, the government knew its place, ie. responsible for infrastructure, education and national security and defence, just the necessary basics.  Today it's become so fat as to be unsustainable, and to be the ultimate undoing of the Free World, particularly America under the Obamacrats.

So, keeping that in mind, "extreme right-wing" is actually a GOOD thing.  After all, keeping (or restoring!) our constitutionally-guaranteed rights and freedoms is a GOOD thing. 

The Extreme Left doesn't believe in constitutional rights and freedoms, which is why the Extreme Left is BAD!

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