Lorie Byrd writes in her column today that the Dems shouldn’t be as confident of their performance this November because the unhinged members of their party just may blow it for them. In addition to far left taking over the Democratic party placing it in disarray, a GOP internal poll says that the Republican base is united and ready to take on the Dems in November:
Many Democrats may hate the war in Iraq and itch to dump the president, but a new GOP survey shows that Republican base voters stand ready to jam the November polls to return their team to Congress. A three-page-survey memo obtained by Washington Whispers reveals that despite reports of some dissatisfaction with the economy, the war, and President Bush, 81 percent of Republican voters are “almost certain” to vote and an additional 14 percent say they are “very likely.” It goes without saying that they’ll vote Republican: By a margin of 84 percent to 6 percent, they will pull the GOP toggle switch in the voting booth. And here is something you don’t hear very often: 88 percent of Republicans approve of how the prez is handling his job. What’s it all mean? Analysts say that GOP voters are ready to dig in and play defense against the charges Democrats are tossing at Republican candidates.
The kook far left has hijacked the Democratic Party while the Republican base is firmly behind the GOP. If the Democrats think that a win in November is going to be easy, they need to think again.