GREAT BEND, Kan. - "We the People" are angry. And they are angry at elitists in both big business and big government. And there seems to be a "sweet spot" where the unhappy people on the left and the right agree. And that "sweet spot" of commonality is twofold: 1) hatred for Wall Street; 2) dislike of unnecessary wars.
You could talk to Rand Paul on the right or Ralph Nader on the left. They would disagree on much, but both would agree that Wall Street has too much influence on both parties, and that the bipartisan bailout of Wall Street was just wrong. And both agree that the Iraq War never should have been authorized or waged.