53% Think Neither Political Party Represents the American People

Rasmussen Reports
April 24, 2014

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Voters continue to believe Democrats have more of a plan for the future than Republicans do, but most again say neither party represents the public.

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 53% of Likely U.S. Voters think it is fair to say that neither party in Congress is the party of the American people. That’s up six points from 47% last October and matches the previous high found in June 2012 during the last national election cycle. Just 28% disagree, while 19% are not sure. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

But a plurality (47%) believes the Democratic Party has a plan for where it wants to take the nation. That’s up slightly from the low 40s in prior surveys back to February 2010. Thirty percent (30%) think President Obama’s party does not have a plan for the future. Twenty-three percent (23%) are undecided. Read more

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I wasn’t surveyed but please count me in…

Anyone who watched and understood what happened at the Bundy Ranch has to believe we are no longer a Constitutional Republic, and haven’t been since Wilson, if not before. Every single elected official should have been shouting from the rooftops – we got a few mutterings. Today we’re a “democracy” similar to the UN/NATO-IMF-WB model they’re pushing around the globe. The IMF-World Bank doesn’t discriminate when it comes to their own enrichment. These same monsters stole trillions from us to save their usuary banks around the globe, and since we don’t have the money, our day of reckoning is coming. The government has made us slaves to the system through our labor and property…no wonder these elected officials wouldn’t speak up on the ranchers behalf…since they no longer work for us.

Bottomline: Get rid of usuary and you’ll see these robber barons drop like ninepins.

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