Republicans Firmly Committed To Losing More Elections
Republicans have made the only conclusion possible about their party following the electoral repudiation of an ancient war hero who ran on the "not a Negro" platform and chose as his running mate a proud religious nutjob ignoramus with a bubble of methane where her brain should be: they have decided their party keeps losing because they aren't conservativeenough.
Libtards, cast your minds back to the elections of 2000, 2002, and 2004, and your bewilderment about why people didn't vote for Democrats. "It's because we aren't principled enough!" you wailed. "It's because we're doing all this Clintonite middle-of-the-road waffling instead of proudly standing up for mandatory gay marriage and compulsory state-funded abortions and a complete liquidation of the military!"
Set aside 2000, because who knows what was going on there. But in '02 and '04, people were scared and they liked Bush's war talk so they voted Republican. Similarly, in '06 and '08, people were sick of Republicans and ready to put the running of government back into the hands of people who do not profess to despise government.
So naturally, over half of Republicans have decided that the extremely conservative, intellectually useless Sarah Palin can revivify the party so that they can get back to hating/running government again.
Coming off a shellacking at the polls in November, the plurality of GOP voters (43%) say their party has been too moderate over the past eight years, and 55% think it should become more like Alaska Governor Sarah Palin in the future, according to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey. Just 24% think failed presidential candidate John McCain is the best future model for the party, and 10% are undecided.
Only 17% of Republican voters say their party has been too conservative, and 30% say its actions and positions have been about right, with nine percent (9%) not sure.
Ha ha good luck LOZERS, you will be out of power for another generation.
Republicans Like GOP’s Conservative Direction, Democrats Don’t [Rasmussen Reports]