I know Marcus will want to kick me in the nether regions for my answer, but yes. Yes I do. Judging by the Gallup data below I think others are seeing it now too, they just haven’t put it all together yet. The DNC/RNC monopoly must come to an end. The necessity to carry along a two party system is no longer valid and in no way mandated by the Constitution. We vote DNC/RNC out of noting more than habit and that those two same parties have together rigged the electoral system to make a third (or more) party system impractical. Not impossible, or illegal. Just impractical. I think people are getting sick of eroding rights and these inept clowns.
Seventy-one percent of Gallup Panel members say that individual rights and freedoms in the United States have gotten worse since the terrorist attacks in the U.S. on Sept. 11, 2001, according to Gallup’s December 2012 Social Issues survey of panelists.
About one-quarter of panelists (27%) say that such rights and freedoms have stayed about the same since 9/11, while 2% say these rights have gotten better in the years since the attacks.
Panel members are more likely now than in 2011, the 10th anniversary of the attacks, to say individual rights and freedoms in the U.S. have gotten worse since 9/11. The 2011 Social Issues survey of panelists found 59% of respondents saying such freedoms had worsened in the decade after the attacks, compared with the 71% in 2012.