The Moderate GOP Anti-Romney-Ryan Undercurrent! Donnelly Likely Indiana Senator!

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    Romney-Ryan--The Two Stupid Guys, Way Too Stupid--directed their attention to the crazy-people vote, from the start of their campaign. That got the crazy people sufficiently excited to show a Gallup Likely Voter poll lead for Romney-Ryan. The choice of Ryan for Candidate for Vice-President was meant to enthrall the Republican Conservatives. And so the moderate Republicans could watch.

    Then During The Campaign, the "New Conservative Brand" managed to surface in two separate states, with two separate "New Conservative Brand" candidates from RNC. Both created the "New Theology," supportive of Christ-Centered Rape. So on top of the Tea Party intransigence everywhere noted in the House of Representative

    Senator Lugar stopped campaigning for Mourdock in Indiana. Secetary Powell endorsed Obama. Governor Christie lavished praise on Obama. GOP Senator Hegel embraced Democrat Bob Kerrey. City of New York Mayor endorsed President Barack Obama.

    The shift from Mourdock to Donnelley in Indiana is now surfacing in bi-partisan polling. It is major in Indiana, which tends to Republican support.

    RealClearPolitics - Election 2012 Senate Polls

    There can now therefore be likely said two changes in campaign demographics! One is the late surge in registrations, for Democrats, like in California.

    The second big change is the sudden importance of Libertarian Candidates, helping encourage the sudden shift of moderate support away from Romney-Ryan, Two Stupid Guys, Way Too Stupid. The narrowing appeal of their Republican Party is the extremist, Tea Party, not-at-all-moderate brand!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Boehner, Party of 1753: There has been a regime change, in North America, since then(?)!)
     

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