The Mood of the Electorate Shifted…Why? TARP!

When the mood of the electorate shifted in the last few weeks, putting many formerly safe Republican districts into play, micro-targeting was an extremely valuable tool for finding GOTV target voters in areas that had been considered solidly Republican.

What made the mood of the electorate shift in the last few weeks?

I say it was the TARP “bailout”, which was vigorously opposed by a majority of the voters.

A manufactured crisis, predicted by George Soros, led to a response by the Trojan Horse Sectretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson that was supported by both President Bush and Republican Presidential Candidate John McCain (but strongly opposed by former candidate Mike Huckabee).

RINOs sunk the Republican Party in the 2008 elections, but a conservative revolution is taking the party back. Vive la Révolution! Those first steps at a conservative revolt were overwhelmed by the Soros-initiated crisis and the McCain-assisted response. But now, with Democratic Socialists completely controlling the legislative and executive branches, they are showing their true communist colors. And the Tea Parties have only been growing in size and numbers. Witness the hundreds of thousands of people who marched in Washington, D.C. on September 12, 2009.

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3 Responses to The Mood of the Electorate Shifted…Why? TARP!

  1. Jonah says:

    I think you’re giving the public a bit too much credit here. In a poll from a couple days ago, 76% of Americans had neither a favorable nor unfavorable opinion of Bernie Madoff. I think it’s safe to say that this 76% wasn’t following the news. And if they hadn’t even heard of Madoff, I doubt they had “vigorous” opinions on TARP either.

  2. Pingback: Vive la Révolution! « I Took The Red Pill (and escaped the Matrix)

  3. Un-happy anniversary: TARP turns 3
    By Michelle Malkin • October 3, 2011 01:09 PM

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