Saturday, August 24, 2013

Voter frustration with government hits critical mass: Pent-up anger over leaders' actions produces talk of secession

While the move by residents in several Colorado counties to secede from the state has been described as frustration over recent moves by the legislature in Denver, a retired political scientist and author says the move actually is a symptom of a much larger undercurrent of frustration that Republicans are in a prime position to tap into in 2014 and beyond.

“What is happening in Colorado is a little bit different than what we have seen elsewhere,” Charles Dunn a retired political scientist with Regent University said. “What we’re seeing is a manifestation of the frustration and distrust by the people in Weld County who are angry at what their state government and leaders are doing and this has caused them to be distrustful of them.”
More @ WND


  1. Brock, the republicans can't capitalize on it because they are just as much a part of the problem as liberal democrats.

    1. Agreed. They all have their heads up their rectums.

  2. this is tiring, we really need statesmen to stand up. but where will they come from? I have ideas but not for public consumption