A new poll shows big trouble for Democrats who are banking on radical sleight-of-hand to misdirect popular anger away from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue onto Wall Street in the upcoming elections. By a comfortable majority of 56% to 33%, more Americans see Washington as the root of all economic evil and not capitalism itself (as perversely defined as it is, nowadays).
This proves a powerful lesson to conservatives not to let media hocus-pocus and a parade of left-wing freaks take our eyes off the prize. We don’t need to go running into the arms of the most “electable candidate,” like the used car salesman Mitt Romney, just because we don’t want Obama to get re-elected. The majority are on the conservative side of things, as usual. Let’s get a common sense conservative out there, like Herman Cain, and the tea party will likely carry him to victory. The sizable enthusiasm gap bears this theory out.
As the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy says, “Don’t Panic.” And especially regarding the non-showering Occupy Wall Street protesters getting caught in the rain, “Carry a towel.”
[Continued at Political Crush]