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The way to crush the middle class is to grind them between the millstones of taxation and inflation. – Vladimir Lenin

Tea Party leads both Democrats and Republicans on the generic congressional ballot among independents.

Posted by iusbvision on February 2, 2010

We informed readers previously that Democrat Party ID (voter self identification) is at an all time low, but now we move to something even more interesting. 

The Tea Party leads both Democrats and Republicans on the generic congressional ballot among independents. This means that generic tea Party candidate vs generic Democrat candidate vs generic Republican candidate the Tea Party candidate wins.

Rasmussen polls have called elections often within a tenth of a point of the actual result.  

It is difficult to understate the impact of this news.

Keep in mind that Ross Perot received about 19% of the vote and the last successful third-party sweep of election was Abraham Lincoln’s new Republican Party which formed to oppose the Democrats and the Whigs.

Expect Democrats to try and demonize the Tea Party people with smears and lies, such as what MSNBC has been doing by taking pictures and information from LaRouchie’s and attributing them to the Tea Party participants LINK.

Rasmussen Reports:

Among voters not affiliated with either major party, the Tea Party comes out on top. Thirty-three percent (33%) prefer the Tea Party candidate, and 30% are undecided. Twenty-five percent (25%) would vote for a Democrat, and just 12% prefer the GOP.

Among Republican voters, 39% say they’d vote for the GOP candidate, but 33% favor the Tea Party option.

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