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CNBC Poll: 75% Agree With Romney's 47% Comments

SouthrnBelle Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 8:25 AM
"The poll isn't scientific" And you get paid for slingin' this hash??? Did the poll ask if the agreed that 47% of the population who don't pay Federal Income are freeloading moochers who think they have a right to food, housing and health care???
anonymous10159 Wrote: Sep 20, 2012 3:07 PM
If you get the whole converation, you will discover that Romney was discussing whom would probably be the base to vote for him. He did not call these people freeloaders or moochers. This was the "lame stream media" giving their interpretation of the tape. The press who are Obama's team are savaging the name and words of an honest man who is running for national office. You need to do more research before you pull the leaver for President.
telving Wrote: Sep 23, 2012 2:59 AM
Did you watch and listen to the tape? Yes he did. WTF is wrong with you people!

UPDATE: The number of people who have taken the CNBC poll has doubled, bringing those who agree with Romney's comments to 76 percent.



As the faux outrage over Mitt Romney's "47%" comments continue to barrel through the airwaves of the old media, a CNBC poll shows 75 percent of voters believe Mitt Romney was right when he said Obama supporters will vote for him no matter what due to dependence on the government.