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Video: MSNBC Host Kicks Conservative Off the Air

the_hooterdog Wrote: May 12, 2012 6:19 AM
Sally Cohen has no clue how statistics work. She claims that since only 14% showed up in a mid-term election to vote to ban gay marriage, that 86% of the population is still undecided on the issue and may support Obama. As if the only reason the 86% didn't vote was because they don't have an opinion on Obama or gay marriage. Virginia has just over 5.5 million eligible voters. A sample size of 14% of them is a statistically significant sample and will very closely represent the population as a whole. It can be said with certainty that 61% of the population is against marriage and only 39% support it, despite the fact that only 14% voted on this issue.
traitorbill Wrote: May 12, 2012 8:05 AM
If you don't vote, you don't count.
SpiritInterface Wrote: May 12, 2012 6:41 AM
We just need to use the standard liberal trick. If 80% of the voters are for or aginst something the that same percentage of the residents of the state are for or against it.
the_hooterdog Wrote: May 12, 2012 6:24 AM
I get my east coast southern states mixed up all the time. I meant NC, not Virginia. In the words of Rick Perry, oops.

The topic?  Romney's decades-old alleged bullying, natch.  And without a shred of irony, host Tamron Hall bullies conservative guest Tim Carney right off the air:
 


Hall was peeved that Carney had the audacity to call the media out on its "meta" narrative-building BS, so she got all huffy and cut his mic.  For the record, Carney says he actually was addressing the issue he was booked to discuss: