The largest block of voters is the one Republicans have worked to squeeze and tear down. Whether it's: Slashing funding for education. The apology to BP. Sending Middle Class kids off to wars. Helping the Chamber of Commerce send jobs to China. Wanting to get rid of the EPA (a few more birth defects are acceptable). Helping health care companies get as much as they can. Then there is the slap in the face: Wanting to help banks and insurance companies but not the car industry and all the millions of jobs connected with the car industry. Working to destroy the unions. Voter suppression. Holding millions of unemployed hostage to get tax cuts that benefit mostly the rich. Fighting tax cuts for the middle class. Refusing to invest in America but investing in Iraq. Being wrong about everything. Running on "jobs jobs jobs" and then passing abortion laws and making ads insulting to gays (see Rick Perry). So what exactly is the Republican strategy this time? The majority of Americans know they are on the side of the super wealthy and have no respect for the Middle Class. Voter suppression can only go so far.