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Poll: When In Doubt, Blame Republicans

topperj2 Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 10:38 AM
Polling the average American about the sequester is as useful as polling them about Einstein's Theory of Relativity. Most Americans can't even pronounce the word let alone know what it means. They are only responding to what they hear in the MSM and that is "IT'S THE REPUBLICANS FAULT." It's a great campaign tactic, but does little to educate the public. Heaven forbid the media did its job. I know, that ship sailed a LONG time ago.
PurpleStateBlueVote Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 1:27 PM
The media does do its job. It's job is to a attract eyeballs to sell them krap. If you or anyone else thinks they can do the job better, there's a fortune to be made.

General rule of thumb, guys: No matter what the facts may demonstrate, it's probably Republicans' fault.  According to Pew Research, a plurality (49 percent) of Americans want Congress to delay the automatic spending cuts scheduled to kick in one week from tomorrow.  Forty percent say the cuts should move forward as planned.  If no deal is struck, almost half of those polled are prepared to pin the blame on Congressional Republicans, while less than a third would point the finger at the president:

This is a great gig,...