Well, here is a new thought.
I wonder if any of you were Independents before becoming Republicans. If so, you know what changed your mind: If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything.
I have to assume that the liberal leaning Independents went to the Democratic party for the same reason. However, more than 40% of the electorate is Independent and, according to Rasmussen Polls, the numbers are rising. This, added to the fact that Republicans hover around 3o% as compared to a larger, around 40% of Democrats, should we discard these numbers and merrily dismiss our Independent friends? The polls show that both Democrat and Independent voters are less and less enthralled with the present state of affairs in Washington.
Since our nation's Constitutional existence is at stake, wouldn't it make sense to forge alliances that could secure a victory in the midterm elections and onwards to 2012?
Should we consider welcoming the disaffected conservative Independents? If you are among those of us who agree with the idea of uniting to form a conservative, Constitutional consensus and Alliance to defeat Obama in 2010 and 2012, please come join in and help us grow our new group
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