Thursday, October 14, 2010

Voters See Democrat Party As More Extremist

Which party is more influenced by "extremists," the Democrats or the Republicans? A report at this morning noted that "likely voters in battleground districts see extremists as having a more dominant influence over the Democratic Party than they do over the GOP." Well, yes, but what The Hill doesn't point out is that more and more Americans everywhere - not just in "battleground districts" - have been waking up to the fact that the Democrat Party is compromised by radical left extremists. "This result comes from The Hill 2010 Midterm Election Poll," reports The Hill, "which found that 44 percent of likely voters say the Democratic Party is more dominated by its extreme elements, whereas 37 percent say it’s the Republican Party that is more dominated by extremists." Full article at I'm frankly perplexed that so few people are yet awake to the extremism that has dominated the Democrat Party since the late 1960's and that made it's final parasitic lunge deep within the host body with the 1972 George McGovern presidential campaign. I'm equally befuddled that so many people see the Republican Party as "dominated by extremists." Only a gullible fool believes, in 2010, that the Republican Party is led by extreme political elements. That's not to say there are not extremist individuals in the party; those types exist in every large group. But to say that the party is "extremist" is to follow the nonsense propanda line of the Marxist/Socialist led Democrats, who want you to believe that anybody who wants to follow the U.S. Constitution as written (and as intended) is some kind of extreme nutjob. To do so is to call all of the Founders extremists, or anybody today who takes (and honors) an oath to protect the Constitution. The Democrat Party, in sharp contrast, has outspoken extremists. Some try feebly to mask their extremism, but others parade it proudly and make no attempt to hide the fact that they are - if not by label then by deeds - Marxists, Socialists, Communists and generally anti-capitalist and too often anti-American. Jan Schakowsky, for example. Is Obama a Socialist? Ask the Socialists Obama File 42 Centrist Democrats Warn Party Not to Present Itself as 'Far Left ... More Americans See Democratic Party as "Too Liberal" Democratic Party Coordinates With European Socialists In Bid For “Global New Deal” American Socialists Release Names of 70 Congressional Democrats in Their Ranks How Socialist Unions Rule the Democratic Party