Conservatives are the largest ideological group in USA

Despite what the “progressives” think, America is still a basically conservative nation.

Political ideology in the U.S. held steady in 2011, with 40% of Americans continuing to describe their views as conservative, 35% as moderate, and 21% as liberal. This marks the third straight year that conservatives have outnumbered moderates, after more than a decade in which moderates mainly tied or outnumbered conservatives.

The percentage of Americans calling themselves “moderate” has gradually diminished in the U.S. since it was 43% in 1992. That is the year Gallup started routinely measuring ideology with the current question. It fell to 39% in 2002 and has been 35% since 2010. At the same time, the country became more politically polarized, with the percentages of Americans calling themselves either “conservative” or “liberal” each increasing.

For all their posturing and primping and self-congratulation, “progressives” (or “liberals” as they call themselves to hide their innate Marxism) are just a small minority of lobotomized malcontents.

All we need is 10% of the moderates plus one and we take back America.

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  1. We need something else, too. We need no third party candidate to run to give Obama the nomination.
    And what is this about DeMint saying the more he hears about Ron Paul, the more impressed he is? If that is what we can expect from our conservatives, why are we to assume we are in such good shape?
    I am getting very nervous.

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