Not Married to Dems

How will the GOP survive with so many Americans preferring... ah... the conservative position on big social issues?
Fifty-four percent of people questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll released Monday say marriages between gay or lesbian couples should not be recognized as valid, with 44 percent suggesting they should be considered legal.
So more people are opposed to gay marriage than voted for Barack Obama in his landslide election that gives him a mandate to turn the U.S. into the Soviet Union, but Carrie Prejean is a Neanderthal. Hmmm.
The poll indicates that close to 40 percent of Democrats oppose legalizing gay marriage.
Repeat after me - 40% of Democrats share the Carrie Prejean/Neanderthal position on gay marriage. Can you say abortion? The country that's racing toward the left is also moving away from the view that abortion is more important for 12 year olds than Pop Tarts.
A new Gallup Poll, conducted May 7-10, finds 51% of Americans calling themselves "pro-life" on the issue of abortion and 42% "pro-choice." This is the first time a majority of U.S. adults have identified themselves as pro-life since Gallup began asking this question in 1995.
Sarah Palin? Who could ever support such a conservative person for President? She had a highly abortable baby and chose not to - and, she goes to church! And we know that Americans are leaving religion in droves in favor of secularism, right? Only 56% of Americans still belong to the same church they were raised in. And people are dropping their religions in record numbers, right?
According to the 2007 Landscape Survey, 16% of American adults say they are currently unaffiliated with any particular religion, compared with only 7% who were raised unaffiliated.
Despite all the media coverage designed to make you feel that this is an horrific time to be a Republican, the reality is something quite different. It may not be a great time to be George W. Bush if you want to run for elective office, and people viewed as being associated with President Bush will suffer politically in the short term, but Americans are conservative. They'll soon understand that Barack Obama is not.
How will the GOP survive? Maybe by becoming the conservative party.