In a new AP-GfK poll, Republicans expressed how they're feeling about their party's presidential contenders. In a word, bo-or-r-r-ing!
Some 45 percent now say they’re dissatisfied with the GOP candidates who have declared or are thought to be serious about running, up from 33 percent two months ago, according to an Associated Press-GfK poll. Just 41 percent are satisfied with the likely Republican field, down from 52 percent.
Plenty are holding out for somebody else.
According to the article, they're looking for more spunk, more pizzazz, more zing. In short, they want different candidates.
It would be novel to see a GOP candidate who can actually answer a question, who understands the U.S. Constitution, who isn't an utter hypocrite about just about everything, who you can Google without cringing, who deserves respect, who doesn't support torturing other human beings, who appreciates the Civil Rights Act, or who isn't an out-and-out egotistical nutcase:
So far this year, it looks like a case of GOP buyer’s remorse before all the merchandise is even out on the shelves.
"Merchandise"? More like damaged goods.