Here is video of Chuck Todd on MSNBC this morning dumbfounding the chair of the upcoming Democrat National Convention by asking Antonio Villaraigosa why it is the Republicans who have elected more women and Latino Governors and Senators than have the Democrats, even though the Democrats are constantly pushing the lie that the GOP is the party of old, white men. Villaraigosa was clearly shocked he got a real question from someone at MSNBC, and did not have much of an answer! Kudos to Todd for asking a real question.
Here’s a model for how Republicans can use ObamaCare to run against both President Obama and Democrats in House and Senate races all over the country. It’s an ad for Republican U.S. Senate Candidate John Brunner, running in Missouri. He’s trying to get the GOP Nomination in August to run against Democrat Sen. Claire McCaskill in the Fall. The ad hammers ObamaCare as a tax increase and bad law, and it ties McCaskill directly to Obama and ObamaCare:
“Claire McCaskill was the deciding vote for ObamaCare. She will not vote to repeal it, but I will. As your citizen Senator, I’ll lead the fight to repeal ObamaCare and replace it with common sense reforms that will improve quality, lower cost, and give us all the freedom of choice in health care. The fast track to repeal ObamaCare is to defeat Claire McCaskill. I intend to do just that.”
We’ll see how thrilled Democrats are to defend their votes for ObamaCare in the Fall Election.
I’ll just let the survey results speak for themselves!
DAILY CALLER: Yet another new survey shows that Republican supporters know more about politics and political history than Democrats.
On eight of 13 questions about politics, Republicans outscored Democrats by an average of 18 percentage points, according to a new Pew survey “Partisan Differences in Knowledge.”
The Pew survey adds to a wave of surveys and studies showing that GOP-sympathizers are better informed, more intellectually consistent, more open-minded, more empathetic and more receptive to criticism than their fellow Americans who support the Democratic Party.
“Republicans fare substantially better than Democrats on several questions in the survey, as is typically the case in surveys about political knowledge,” said the study, which noted that Democrats outscored Republicans on five questions by an average of 4.6 percent.
The widest partisan gap in the survey came in at 30 points when only 46 percent of Democrats — but 76 percent of Republicans —- correctly described the GOP as “the party generally more supportive of reducing the size of federal government.”
The widest difference that favored Democrats was only 8 percent, when 59 percent of Republicans and 67 percent of Democrats recognized the liberal party as “more support of reducing the defense budget.”
The survey quizzed 1,000 people, including 239 Republicans and 334 Democrats. . . . Read More