Here are two stories which illustrate what I meant.
Conservatives continue to outnumber moderates and liberals in the American populace in 2009, confirming a finding that Gallup first noted in June. Forty percent of Americans describe their political views as conservative, 36% as moderate, and 20% as liberal. This marks a shift from 2005 through 2008, when moderates were tied with conservatives as the most prevalent group.
The greatest thing about the Obama-phenomenon is that, in it's sheer "audacity" in flouting the spirit of our Constitution and of our nation, it is destined to force our country to have a real discussion about what our country means, and about what the Constitution is all about.
From Michelle Malkin:
Check this out. Newt Gingrich is on his latest book promotion tour — and his embrace of radical leftist Dede Scozzafava (whom he champions as a “moderate Republican”) is getting heated pushback from movement conservatives in the heartland.
Earth to Newt: There is nothing “mooooderate” about radical leftist Dede Scozzafava.
Here are video clips of Dallas Tea Party activists raising their voices at Borders Books in Dallas. I repeat: Can the GOP hear conservatives yet?
Oh, and does the rest of the media elite finally understand the Tea Party movement is not just an anti-Obama, anti-Democrat movement — but a movement to hold all politicians’ feet to the fire?
Here Gingrich worries about “intra-party” fighting in the NY-23 race. But he’s backing the radical Margaret Sanger, high-taxing, Big Labor and ACORN leftist who is splitting Republicans instead of backing the conservative: