And the Republicans want to follow whom? After losing big the past two election cycles?
Folks, well, Republicans listen up. Cheney and Limbaugh don't really care or give a damn, this publicity is all about their OWN AGENDA.
For Cheney, trying to clean up his image, garner a book deal. Does anyone think after all we know NOW that Cheney is credible? Please.
For Limbaugh, it is all about the ratings for his fanatical radio show. Why would this man really care? This is a man sitting on a 400 million dollar contract? His job is to keep controversy up. Since he has not made much headway with Democrats, he is stirring his own Republican pot and calling out Republicans and stating who is a Republican and who is not.
If you are going to be that gullible to listen to these gasbags, carry on. Soon, you will only be a southern regional party, which is want is happening already.
The CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey, released Monday, suggests that 70 percent have a favorable opinion of Powell, who was Secretary of State during President George W. Bush's first term, and who served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff during the Persian Gulf War.
Only 30 percent of those polled have a favorable view of Limbaugh, the popular conservative radio talk show host, with 53 percent saying they hold an unfavorable opinion.
In poll numbers released Thursday, 37 percent say they have a favorable opinion of Dick Cheney, with 55 percent indicating they hold an unfavorable view of the former vice president.
Among Republicans, it's a different story. The poll suggests that 66 percent of Republicans have a favorable view of Cheney, 64 percent give Powell a thumbs up, and 62 view Limbaugh in a favorable way.
Republicans may love Rush, but Republicans can't win with just Republican votes. It was antics by the Limbaughs of your party that ran everyone away, especially the independents, to voting Obama. If you can not see the handwriting on the wall, hey, the wilderness must be lovely for the next 20 years.