06 May 2011

Tea Party Continues To Win The Political Debate

And why shouldn't they? They're right. (In most cases).

"Forty-nine percent (49%) of voters think the Tea Party movement is good for the country, consistent with findings since May 2010. Twenty-six percent (26%) disagree and say the grassroots, small government movement is bad for America. Sixteen percent (16%) say neither." ~ Rasmussen


Michael Aubrecht said...

Hats off to Rasmussen for finding that many crazy people to poll. :)

Seriously though, I would be interested to see those polled as I do not know of a single person personally or professionally (present company excluded) that doesn't think the Tea Party is nuts. (And remember that I work for the Govt. where we are more likely to be disgruntled than the private sector.)

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Just about all of my friends, associates, and family agree with most of the principles espoused by the TP which, as this poll shows, is more than those who hold the opposite view. Those who work for the Govt. have a vested interest in thinking the "Tea Party is nuts" since the TP calls for smaller and less intrusive government which translates into fewer jobs, lower wages, etc, etc. Why do you think the commies in the public service labor unions are so vocal and increasingly violent?