Thread: General Politics "The GOP is dead!" - say what????
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Old 01-28-2013, 08:18 AM   #53
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Originally Posted by Prison Bitch View Post
According to Gallup, conservatives more than double liberals and have for eons of polling data. Something like 42 percent claim to be conservative and 35 or so moderate. The issue for the GOP is that they didn't drive out these folks while Obama did his. In 2012 he narrowed the gap to only 10 points and won moderates. The GOP shot themselves in the ass when they failed as a party I. The W years.
Obama didn't win as many moderates as he did in 2008 though. Did you see the poll on being disappointed in the choices and how things never change but things go on the same?* Pretty indicting. Most of them were on the right-leaning side too. Then you have to figure that there WAS fraud. So it had to really be a very close election—not the comfortable margin Obama received.

Let them gloat though. That's a good thing to think they're comfortable. Although, I have read Bill Clinton warned the Democrats to not talk down to America's gun culture or they'll pay for it.

* I forget where I saw that but it was in a major news source. Think it may have been CNN but I'd have to search my history to confirm and don't have time today. I am just finishing up my morning coffee.
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