February 08, 2016
Backing Trump and Sanders
the Political Machines.
We've previously noted that polls show,
that Americans are in a "pre-revolutionary"
less than 1 in 5 Americans think that the government has the
"consent of the governed"
that government corruption
tops the list of Americans' fears (gee, we
3 times as many Americans supported King George during the
Revolutionary War than support our OWN Congress today
You might assume that such statements
are over-the-top… or that the results come from partisan pollsters.
"Is it a revolt?"
asked Louis XVI upon being
of the storming of the
"No, sire," sighed his
"I fear it is a revolution."
But a group of Republican
Democratic pollsters and political strategists reviewed polling data
last week, and
revealed some stunning results:
79% of all voters believe we
need to recruit and support more candidates for office, at
all levels of government, who are ordinary citizens, rather
than professional politicians and lawyers
72% of Americans believe the
U.S. has a two-track economy, where most Americans struggle
every day, where good jobs are hard to find, and where huge
corporations get all the rewards
country [is] in a prerevolutionary moment.
election could mark the beginning of the end of two-party
duopoly in the United States.
people believe the real struggle for America is not between
Democrats and Republicans, but between mainstream America and
the ruling political elites of incumbent politicians, lobbyists,
big business, big unions, big banks, big special interests and
the big media.
people are correct.]
power elite asks, "When will this be over?" Although this is
seen as a chaotic and temporary situation by most of the
political and media establishment, our research shows a strong,
evolving tidal wave of discontent and growing pressure for real
and dramatic change.
change is what that the establishment fears most and fights
hardest against. It is ultimately a losing battle.
in fact, is a revolution...