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Three Good Polls for Romney

Majin Vegeta Wrote: Sep 05, 2012 9:22 PM
Not all polls: Romney Gets No Bounce From Last Week's GOP Convention Mitt Romney received no convention bounce, based on Gallup Daily tracking before (47%) and after (46%) last week's Republican National Convention. He joins John Kerry and George McGovern as nominees who did not get a bounce. http://www.gallup.com/poll/157262/romney-gets-no-bounce-last-week-gop-convention.aspx
Their video is phony. The original video was 17 seconds long: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gLa9Te8Blw The video featured in this article uses six seconds of the original video (SIX!), completely distorting its message. Original transcript: “We are committed to all people. We do believe you can use government in a good way. Government's the only thing that we all belong to. We have different churches, different clubs, but we're together as a part of our city, or our county, or our state ... and our nation.” Just how desperate is the GOP?!?
They excerpted six seconds from a 17 second video (skipping the part about the comparison to belonging to a church – of course) - and remixed it into a two minute piece of yellow “journalism”. 100% misleading and 100% shameful It’s another case of “anything to win” (and working on the assumption that the American people are fools). The GOP's level of desperation is pretty severe.
lie, upon lie, upon lie... THAT'S the foundation of the GOP platform.
Let's see who S&P REALLY blamed in its original statement from Aug 2011: "Compared with previous projections, our revised base case scenario now assumes that the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts, due to expire by the end of 2012, remain in place. We have changed our assumption on this because the majority of REPUBLICANS IN CONGRESS CONTINUE TO RESIST ANY MEASURE THAT WOULD RAISE REVENUES [emphasis mine], a position we believe Congress reinforced by passing the act. Key macroeconomic assumptions in the base case scenario include trend real GDP growth of 3% and consumer price inflation near 2% annually over the decade."
(And yes, the list of countries that don't recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital includes the US - It always has.)
I don't know of any country that recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel (with the exception of Israel). Some countries don't even consider it to belong to Israel at all.
They'll rue it alright - when Ron Paul's supporters don't cast their votes for Mitt, that is.
http://i.imgur.com/2EEQd.jpg
If factcheck.org took a hatchet to some of the Dem's recent claims, they completely dismembered the statements made by Paul Ryan last week, and handed the tattered remnants to Walter White for a clean disposal. http://factcheck.org/2012/08/ryans-vp-spin/
Is AmyDB the only witty conservative on this site?
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