Oh, So That's The Problem

Abby Zimet

With Arlen Specter changing parties and only 21 percent of Americans identifying themselves as Republicans, it's good to see the party of the opposition grappling with their declining numbers in a serious, analytical way. In yet another say-what? moment, South Carolina Sen. Jim DeMint claims GOP losses in the northeast are due to "forced unionization," not right-wing lunacy.

"The problem I think we have is
Americans no longer believe that we believe what we say we do," he said.

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