Would independent voters fall for a dramatic move to the right by the White House?

If White House policy suddenly switched to the policies of 1981, would that make a difference.

It worked for Joey B. back when he was selling used cars, but he never publicly called it "Bait And Switch".

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    No.

  • 9 years ago

    "We the people" need leadership who will inspire them to be "excellent". These actions of progressives which systematically over the years have told them that everything they do is good enough and they should have everything that someone else worked very hard for just given to them. They have worked very hard to help the poor feel more comfortable poor and dependent upon their government and that they have a "right" to expect the taxpayer to take care of them for breathing. And at the same time they have made the people who think you need to work for what you receive and those who are particularly gifted to create wealth the enemy. We cannot go back in time Poopy we are dealing with the children raised by progressive education. George Orwell had it correct but he was just wrong on the year. We are in the new "1984".

  • Bob H
    Lv 7
    9 years ago

    No need for Reagan to bankrupt the country; it's already a GOP habit. No need to create a Taliban, we have one. Iran has enough guns, so Iran/contra is out. No need for another demento Pres, we just got rid of one. As far as a move to the right, the GOP/Evangelical party is leaving claw marks on the edge as it is.

  • Boober
    Lv 6
    9 years ago

    Hopefully not, but it's possible. It worked for Slick Willie, and now that he's shown his true colors, it is obvious it was a dog/pony dance.

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  • 9 years ago

    I was fooled once by "hope and change" it won't happen again.

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