Reid's gutter ball

Aug 4, 2012 Full story: New York Post 897

You know things are bad for the Democrats when they have to resort to this: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid accused Mitt Romney of a nearly criminal level of tax evasion - without a shred of evidence.

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#410 Aug 10, 2012
American_Infidel wrote:
Is it November yet??????
getting there.........GALLUP: OBAMA APPROVE SLIPS TO 43%...
RT Pipe

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#411 Aug 10, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>LAWSUIT: BIG SIS FAVORED GAL PALS, dykes not dicks welcome in homosecurity.
'Treated male staffers like lapdogs'...so much for liberal equality. Another case of do what we say, not what we do. Such fakes.
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#412 Aug 10, 2012
RT Pipe wrote:
<quoted text>Bulldick Janet! Mykros sista
BIRTHER NUT.
RT Pipe

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#413 Aug 10, 2012
Mykro wrote:
<quoted text>Bulldick Jan is my mammy.
Sorry

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#414 Aug 10, 2012
Gutter living is following him to his home.

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#415 Aug 10, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Methodology
The Fox News Poll is conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R). The poll was conducted by telephone with live interviewers August 5-7, 2012, among a random national base sample of 930 registered voters, including additional interviews (an oversample) of 115 randomly selected Hispanics. Landline and cell phone telephone numbers were randomly selected for inclusion in the survey using a probability proportionate to size method, which means that phone numbers for each state are proportional to the number of voters in each state.
The additional interviews of Hispanic respondents were done to allow analysis of the subgroup, and are weighted so Hispanics are not over-represented in the overall national sample. The total 170 of Hispanics is made up of 55 interviews done as part of the base national sample and 115 oversample interviews from a list of Hispanic voters developed from previously conducted national random digit dial (RDD) surveys.
Oversample interviews were conducted in both English and Spanish. Results based on the full sample have a margin of sampling error of ± 3 percentage points. LV = likely voters Results from Fox News polls before
SO IN LOOKING AT THE POLLS INTERNALS WE SEE BIAS AS USUAL.
1. THIS POLL IS TO REGISTARED VOTERS NOT THE MORE ACCURATE LIKELY VOTERS.
2. MORE LIBERALS WERE POLLED TO DETERMINE RESULTS
3. EXTRA HISPANICS WERE POLLED AGAIN SKEWING THE POLLS RESULTS.
4. EACH STATE WAS POLLED ACCORDING TO POPULATION, GIVING HEAVY POPULATED STATES LIKE CALIFORNIA, NEW YORK AND ILLINOIS MORE WEIGHT.
5. THIS POLL IS MEANINGLESS.
Do you honestly believe Fox would allow a liberal bias in the polls?

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#416 Aug 10, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Show us your proof of Rassmussen overestimating for the GOP. They have been the most accurate three presidential elections in a row.......let's see what you go to back up your propaganda.
http://themoderatevoice.com/14 7016/one-biased-conservative-p oll-does-not-an-election-make/
Klue

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#417 Aug 10, 2012
@flbadcatowner: Your response is a far-left nutjob website as your 'proof'. I'm always amused at how left-wingers parade under faux identities.

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#418 Aug 10, 2012
Reid is a punch drunk Imperialist democrat. The lowest form of life on the planet.

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#419 Aug 10, 2012
Eighthman wrote:
Reid is a punch drunk Imperialist democrat. The lowest form of life on the planet.
And here I thought he was just another Mormon from Kolob.

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#420 Aug 11, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Do you honestly believe Fox would allow a liberal bias in the polls?
Sure, Obama is so far behind in reality with three months to go, they to are lying to try to keep the base and voter intensity high. FOX is fair and balanced, but not beyond keeping the voters a little scared and angry at the same time. Both parties are playing the same game as it was in 2008. Those in the know already know the out come.

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#421 Aug 11, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
Was that suposed to say something?

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#422 Aug 11, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Sure, Obama is so far behind in reality with three months to go, they to are lying to try to keep the base and voter intensity high. FOX is fair and balanced, but not beyond keeping the voters a little scared and angry at the same time. Both parties are playing the same game as it was in 2008. Those in the know already know the out come.
You don't follow the latest polls very much, do you? Most of the latest polls show an increased Obama lead. You like to cherry pick the poll you like best, the one that has consistently shown the most overstatement of GOP candidate's strength. I am not cheering for a victory by Obama as I am for a loss by Willard. The Democrats could do much better than Obama.

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#423 Aug 11, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Was that suposed to say something?
It says what you choose to neglectfully deny, that the Rasmussen poll has a track record of overstating Republican candidate's polling strength.

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#424 Aug 11, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>It says what you choose to neglectfully deny, that the Rasmussen poll has a track record of overstating Republican candidate's polling strength.
You do know that quoting a far left source is not going to work..........don't you. Gallup, Obama down to 43% approval.

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#425 Aug 11, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>You don't follow the latest polls very much, do you? Most of the latest polls show an increased Obama lead. You like to cherry pick the poll you like best, the one that has consistently shown the most overstatement of GOP candidate's strength. I am not cheering for a victory by Obama as I am for a loss by Willard. The Democrats could do much better than Obama.
hmmmmmmmmm well I guess if you want to take polls that have over sampled libs by 11%, that use registared voters, instead of LIKELY VOTER which shows a more accurate reading.........and then of course there are the polls that call liberal leaning states much more to form their numbers more than equal numbers from each states.......then I can't stop you.

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#426 Aug 11, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>hmmmmmmmmm well I guess if you want to take polls that have over sampled libs by 11%, that use registared voters, instead of LIKELY VOTER which shows a more accurate reading.........and then of course there are the polls that call liberal leaning states much more to form their numbers more than equal numbers from each states.......then I can't stop you.
You just don't want to face the obvious as you have given a list of excuses rather than reasons.

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#427 Aug 11, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>You do know that quoting a far left source is not going to work..........don't you. Gallup, Obama down to 43% approval.
Truth is truth regartdless of the soutce and to you, anything more moderate than the extreme right is left wing extremeism. You attacked the source without telling us why the information posted was wrong, a logical fallacy akin to a personal attack.
Mothra

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#428 Aug 11, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>Truth is truth regartdless of the soutce and to you, anything more moderate than the extreme right is left wing extremeism. You attacked the source without telling us why the information posted was wrong, a logical fallacy akin to a personal attack.
--Now let’s take a look at the partisan breakdown (D/R/I) in the sample data for each state, and compare them to 2008 and 2010 exit polling:

Florida: CBS/NYT 36/27/32, 2008 37/34/29, 2010 36/36/29
Ohio: CBS/NYT 35/27/32, 2008 39/31/30, 2010 36/37/28
Pennsylvania: CBS/NYT 38/32/26, 2008 44/37/18, 2010 40/37/23

The CBS/NYT model has Democrats a +9 in Florida when in 2008 they were only a +3 and an even split in the 2010 midterms. Ohio’s sample has exactly the split in 2008 (D+8), which is nine points better than Democrats did in the midterms. Pennsylvania’s numbers (D+6) come closest to a rational predictive model, somewhere between 2008&#8242;s D+7 and 2010&#8242;s D+3, but still looking mighty optimistic for Democratic turnout.

In other words, these polls are entirely predictive if one believes that Democrats will outperform their turnout models from the 2008 election in Florida and Ohio. That would require a huge boost in Democratic enthusiasm and a sharp dropoff in Republican enthusiasm — which is exactly the opposite that Gallup found last week.

CBS/NYT polling: New partner … same issues.

http://hotair.com/archives/2012/08/01/cbsnytq...
RT Pipe

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#429 Aug 11, 2012
flbadcatowner wrote:
<quoted text>You don't follow the latest polls very much, do you? Most of the latest polls show an increased Obama lead. You like to cherry pick the poll you like best, the one that has consistently shown the most overstatement of GOP candidate's strength. I am not cheering for a victory by Obama as I am for a loss by Willard. The Democrats could do much better than Obama.
I'll bet you are a real big fan of Hillary. Muff diving anyone?

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