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Being provocative and obnoxious - that's PETA's way of getting attention. Unfortunately, it's effective. They probably get more column inches of news print about their latest,greatest outrageous campaign than any other wacko liberal group in the nation.
Boy howdy. Doug Giles is sure some kind of riled up, ain't he, folks?
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Nate Silver's Numbers Racket

Rooster Cogburn Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:30 AM
If Obama's lead holds up in Florida, Silver's election model will have correctly predicted the winner in all fifty states of the presidential election. In addition to that, he correctly predicted the winners in senate races in Maine, Massachusetts, Indiana, Ohio, Florida, Missouri, Wisconsin and Nevada. Goldberg correctly predicted that the sun would rise in the east on Wednesday. Goldberg can say all he wants; Silver's reliance on numbers - empirical evidence unhampered by political ideology - makes his model the most accurate determiner of these elections. Goldberg should pack up his ouija board and magic eight ball and concede the job of picking winners and losers to Nate Silver.
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Nate Silver's Numbers Racket

Rooster Cogburn Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 7:54 AM
Here's the difference between Goldberg and Nate Silver: Goldberg had a big bet on a horse in this race, and Silver was only trying to figure out which horse would win, and that's a big difference, and the reason why Goldberg's column falls flat as the world's largest lead filled balloon. Maybe Goldberg could spend a little time to try and understand what it is he's writing about before he attempts to pen another column,
Ransom: Do you actually use your brain to write your columns, or are you just mailing them in and cashing your check?
Who picked that photo of Ryan for Townhall, the Neo-nazi party? C'mon, Townhall, don't provide fodder for the lamestream media. Pull that photo off the site!
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