Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Opportunites for the GOP?

Today's Rasmussen Report reveals that 59% of those polled are against government bailout of the finance, banking and auto industries. Certainly, the 'tea parties' that took place last week were a visible sign of rising discontent and as we have opined by the time the 9-12 March on Washington takes place these folks will be even more greatly incensed by nationalized health and immigration proposals yet to come from the Barack Hussein Obama administration and the leadership of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid.

If there were a chance for the Republican Party to stand up and infuse new life into itself it should certainly come from the opportunities that it is and will be provided on taxes, spending, stimuli, health care and immigration. Hopefully, the majority of those carrying the GOP banner will discover this.

1 comment:

bigred said...

One must only look at the corruption by Senator Frankenstein, err. I mean Senator Feinstein and one knows why so many people are against the bailouts.

These people we elected are bailing out their families, friends, etc.

Where's the outrage? Where is the moral compass of this country??

Apparently, only TRUE CONSERVATIVES are outraged and have a moral compass.