Thursday, June 30, 2005

Support sagging for Democrats.

A Washington Times poll confirms we should encourage Democrats to continue taking advantage of freedom of speech:
A poll on the political mood in the United States conducted by the Democratic Party has alarmed the party at its own loss of popularity.
Conducted by the party-affiliated Democracy Corps, the poll indicated 43 percent of voters favored the Republican Party, while 38 percent had positive feelings about Democrats.

"Republicans weakened in this poll ... but it shows Democrats weakening more," said Stanley Greenberg, who served as President Clinton's pollster.

Greenberg told the Christian Science Monitor he attributes the slippage to voters' perceptions that Democrats have "no core set of convictions or point of view."
I'd suspect numbers are down for the Republican because of failure to break the Democratic filibuster on judges and John Bolton. Scores more formerly Democrats are abandoning what has become the Defeat party.

The American public identifies better with winners while appreciating gracious losers. National Democrats are neither of those things. Americans are willing to support a party who's been hit by a train, but not when the party keeps throwing themselves on the tracks.

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