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The Polls That Ate the Presidential Contest

peaceman Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 5:26 AM
Any fool who believes that someone like Romney would turn our country around; someone whose 'business history' is replete with corruption and vile corp brutality re the destruction of jobs and pensions, gutting companies to the point that inspired the film in 1988, Wall Street, to be made echoing the dark direction that Wall St had taken thanks to the Repub legislation that literally legalized theft, and whose personal 'history' of position changes outranks anyone ever quoted so as to garner the almost unanimous condemnation from fellow Repubs during the are someone who only builds your 'insight' through the feeding troughs of Fox News've been deceived now time to educate yourself...
"I don't know," a very wise and skeptical Washington political analyst confided to me on Sunday as I limned the Romney victory I foresee. "I'd like to believe it," she said, "but I have to overlook a lot. If you're right, then a whole lotta state polls have to be wrong."

Very true. But I'll climb all the way out onto a limb and assert that the state polls are wrong -- or at least misleading.

Every four years we complain that the press covers the presidential contest as a horse race. This year sets some sort of new standard....