No, people are not turning away from mainsteam parties at all...now the teapartiers are being kicked out...<quoted text>
There are few Republicans that resonate with the under 40 crowd. They cater to a generation that is disappearing at the rate of 1000 a day.
The Democrats resonate with the growing recipient class.
Ron Paul would have been the only hope to actually see a Republican in office in 2012.
I went to two of his rallys, and at 42 I felt like one of the oldest people in the crowd.
Ron Paul's message of Liberty and smaller government is very appealing to college age and 20-30 something crowd. With those who see their future as being very bleak with the current leadership - DEM or GOP. Those leaving college 100 grand in debt for an undergrad and working like economic slaves are waking up to Liberty and small government ideology.
Times will be a changing - people are realizing these mainstream corporate sponsored DEM and GOP candidates do not represent America's interest.
If we stay on the same path to globalist megabank multinational corporate control we won't even recognize what is left of America in the next 20 years.
But we Dems are growing stronger than ever and that's fairly obvious and the best is yet to come...
So, I'm still not sure what party you're talking about that all these people are migrating too... is it the new Ron Paul Kentuckian party?