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Introducing The New Polling Firm of Madoff, Marist, Quinnipiac and Ponzi

dross239 Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 12:38 AM
Hugh -- Your guy said he'd let the auto industry -- which is pretty important in Ohio -- go bankrupt. "Managed" bankruptcy, sure, but he basically blew off the employees. He's a capitalist -- and capitalists are not job creators, they are VALUE creators. They see employees as a cost (Finance 101.) But workers are already surrounded by bosses looking to offshore jobs and cut retirements. And with unions dying, government is their only protection. Why would they put it in the hands of the same crowd that's been downsizing them? Romney says he'll make it easier for Americans to start a business -- but most people don't want the risk of a business, they want the security of a job, healthcare, and an education for their kids
Col Bat Guano Wrote: Sep 30, 2012 12:57 AM
"or Americans to start a business -- but most people don't want the risk of a business, they want the security of a job, healthcare, and an education for their kids"

Because they don't understand the benefits and opportunity as they've been beaten into submission by the large corporation system subsidized by The DC. Don't be a subject, be a citizen!

After a few weeks spent tracking down and questioning pollsters and the reporters of polls, I can assure the reader that pollsters are the modern-day alchemists. They promise to turn numbers into predictive gold. We'd all like to believe these magical powers exist, but we shouldn't. The pollsters of 2012 just don't know who is going to win in November any more than did the pollsters of 1980 know that Ronald Reagan was headed towards a landslide in that late-breaking year.

I'd like to believe Scott Rasmussen that the race between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama is tied. Democrats...