A conservative country

Despite the fiasco in Washington, D.C., there are significant signs that the bulk of the country remains basically conservative. It shows up in what the Democrats have to do to try to be elected even in New York. where Republican Jim Tedisco is running against Democrat Scott Murphy in a special election for New York’s 20th District. Notice that the Democrats must appeal to conservative ideas:

“Murphy highlights his business background and boasts that he knows how to create private sector jobs.”

“Democrats . . . label the GOP candidate as a “career politician” due to his long service in the New York State Assembly.”



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