Republicans at their scariest yet
Think about that. Fifty-seven percent of Republicans support overthrowing a bedrock part of the very identity of this country, a principle so important to the Founders that it was the first thing they mentioned in the First Amendment to the Bill of Rights. Fifty-seven percent. And only 30% could bring themselves to say they opposed this.
It's the final confirmation of something I've long observed: the right-vs.-left divide in the United States is no longer defined by attitudes about economic policy, race, or any other such issues. It's now fundamentally a divide of theocratic vs. secular.
And this is why I can never, ever vote Republican, no matter what "reforming" or "outreach" they do on side issues. They want to make me a second-class citizen in my own country, assuming I was even able to go on seeing it as my own country at all after it had defined itself as excluding me. In the face of that, all other considerations vanish.
The story is here (original poll here -- see Q17). Found via Shaw Kenawe, who has more to say on it -- see also my comment there.