Mar 182012
 

Here are the Results of the GOP Extremism’s effect on power poll.

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And here are your comments.

Posted by MalikTous on March 7, 2012 at 6:26 pm

 

The Dummycrats are a bunch of Communist libtard extremists, and many Repulsivans have become feudal theocrat extremists. Toss the whole bunch in the Potomac and get some that can read and understand the Constitution!

 

Posted by SoINeedAName on March 4, 2012 at 9:30 am

 

Repubican overreach on issue after issue – whether it be contraception, immigration, Congressional obstructionism, protecting the wealthy, denying global warming and now defending Rushbo – has put them on the wrong side of where moderates stand.

Their hate-mongering must end!

 

Posted by Rixar13 on March 4, 2012 at 7:09 am

 

"Every Republican in office is one Republican too many!"

 

That’s how I see it…..

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Posted by Barbara L. DeFratis in reply to Rixar13 on March 4, 2012 at 7:08 pm

 

Even though I still consider myself an Independent that is becoming soooo true. As a Moderate, I hate how far far right the Republican have gone and are still going.

 

Posted by Tom Houchin on March 3, 2012 at 7:00 pm

 

Their actions over the last few years have caused the people to finally see through their thin veiled cover as a front for the one percent!

 

Posted by Tom Houchin on March 3, 2012 at 6:57 pm

 

Their actions over the last few years have caused the people to finally see through their thin veiled cover as a front for the one percent!

 

Posted by Infidel753 on March 3, 2012 at 7:01 am

 

It will make it less powerful in the long run as an ever-growing majority of the population is alienated and repulsed. In the short run, it may appear to work to their advantage by firing up their bigoted base.

 

Posted by Lynn Squance on March 2, 2012 at 2:54 am

 

Less powerful assuming (yes I know, assuming makes an ass out of you and me!) that people, showing their anger and displeasure now don’t backoff. If anything positive is going to happen, the electorate has to stay engaged. And question, question, question! The Republicans have gone to war on women’s health issues, contraception, taxes, Xtian values vs Christian values, honesty in government (they are not) and more. That anyone with a functioning mind would pay heed to these bozos, let alone vote for them, is beyond me.

We even had a comment from the intellectual cream of the right ;-)

This one wasn’t close.  I voted with the majority, thankful that they are so obtuse in their manic rush to the right.

There is a new poll waiting for you.

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  6 Responses to “Poll Results–3/18/2012”

  1. Now, if only the electorate would vote such that there were no Republican/Teabaggers in government!  That would be good.  But it is also up to the people to participate in government — hold your politicians’ feet to the fire!

  2. The name Republican should be changed to The 1%ers to be more accurate and evident since everything that they support is tuned to serve the interests of that 1% against those of all others.

    • Dana, I has said long and often that Republicans govern exclusively for the benefit of millionaires, billionaires, and corporate criminals.

  3. My choice is to keep the Democrats out of my wallet, and the Republicans out of my bedroom.

    These 2 things will restore America to the prosperous land of opportunity once again.

    • Chuck, Republicans have been in your wallet far more than Democrats have, but what you need to understand is this.  Ron Paul has never mattered and never will.