Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Registered Republicans Undecided

The latest AP-Ipsos Poll shows that the New leader in the Republican Primary is:


25% of the vote when asked which of the candidate (Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Mike Huckabee, or Sam Brownback) went to the "Other, Not Sure, None" categories... which can only mean that the media's focus on candidates that are not electable must have some deeper meaning. (i.e. all the Rudy McRomney talk is not allowing other candidates to shine on their differing viewpoints)

The same poll shows that Clinton is clearly the front runner for the Democrats...

I feel like I am stuck in an old Richard Pryor movie, Brewster's Millions, where he is running a campaign NOT to elect a candidate... instead voting for "None of the Above"...

Of course the premise of that election is that the government officials on the ballot are corrupt, and would not do well in their elected position... Kind of like our current Liberal Media Anointed Republican Hoard... who's poor numbers come from the BASE of the party who realize that these media elite candidates are neither conservative NOR Republican (unless you consider RINO a wing of the Republican Party)

The article continues:

Such discontent with the top-tier could lead Republicans to reconsider
lesser-knowns such as former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee

Now we are getting somewhere... Though Huckabee pulled in 3% of the ~400 Republican votes, 15% were in the "Don't Know/Not Sure" category. This means that if Huckabee can come out as a sstrong conservative alternative to the liberal Media Anointed, then we have a chance... So with 15% unsure, there is plenty of room to break out!

Two months ago, the "Undecided Republican" was at less than 14%... Rudy was well ahead of the pack at around 37% nationwide... without much shift in support (except for the Fred Thompson "idea"), Rudy has (rightfully) fallen to 20%... making him a very vulnerable candidate.

This news is very promising... especially as poll after poll excludes the "other" candidates that have a broader appeal to the Conservative base of the Republican Party... so as long as the polls keep asking for you to select between the Media Elite candidates, and keep pushing them as "top tier", I invoke the spirit of Richard Pryor:


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