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Wednesday, February 27, 2008

New poll: Fall race too close to call

Howard Wilkinson has the story here.

Read the full poll here


at 10:39 AM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Dr. Phil said...

Bill Cunningham Needs His Mouth Washed Out With Soap!

Mother Cunningham probably told little Billy long ago that if you don't have something nice to say
about someone, keep your mouth shut!

Sadly, this lesson was lost on little Billy and now he is crying that he is a victim of his own naivete. It is truly unfortunate that it takes an act like getting thrown under the Straight Talk Express Bus
for conservatives like Billy Cunningham to relearn good manners,
taste and decency. America is the land of the home and the brave, not the trash talker.

Moral of the story Billy:
You don't have to degrade someone else to "fire up a crowd".

at 12:51 PM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

First Reagan, then Falwell, now this other right-wing nutcase bites the dust.

RIH, Repugnicant Swine!

Jail for half of the Gang Of Pedophiles!

The other half can go rot in the cemetery!

at 1:25 PM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey 12:51
Ron Reagan was the best President ever.
During his administration I felt good about the United States and we recovered from the Carter debacle.
Reagan made me proud to be an American; God bless him!
If you want to put someone in jail, how about Wild Bill?

at 1:25 PM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

its really hard to believe that mccain could be in a dead heat with anyone.

wait till november. you will see a democratic landslide the likes that haven't been seen in a generation. people have had enough of the neocons, their phony values, their excessive greed, their immoral wars.

like they say, god is coming, and boy is she ticked.

at 2:46 PM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Polls 8 months out are meaningless. A different poll 2 days ago showed Obama beating McCain by 12 points. Stop wasting our time with them. The media can't get over this 'horse race' BS.

Reagan was an actor playing the greatest roll of his life, while his aides ran the nation. Read any of the books his aides published about his administration; Ronny was a figurehead.

at 3:13 PM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 1:25

Your Democratic poster boy was Bill Clinton. Can you get any more immoral than that low life?
I've certainly had enough of him and his sidekick.

at 3:18 PM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:46 Ever hear that you are only as good as the people that surround you?
Reagan and his staff got the job done and Gorbachov did tear down that wall.

at 3:29 PM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

We had the best economy ever when Bill Clinton was President.

We have endured the worst economy ever when the criminal Bush syndicate was in the White House.

We were at peace during the Clinton years; we started a costly and illegal war with Chimpy in Charge.

We actually had Constitutional rights when Clinton was president; Bush and Cheney have shredded the Constitution (except for the 2nd Amendment, of course).

we actually educated our children in school when Clinton was President; Bush and Co. have turned them into rote test-takers only good at coloring little bubbles in with pencils.

Bill Clinton won two elections fair and square; Bush needed two criminal Secretaries of State and other political hacks to win both elections.

Working Americans could actually afford health care when Clinton was President. That's not true now.

When Clinton was President, gas never cost more than $1.50 a gallon. We're paying twice as much now.

And for all that, Obama is STILL the better candidate.

at 4:59 PM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, COME ON! You published another poll in this blog 2 DAYS AGO that showed Obama winning over Mccain by more than 12 points. Why do you waste our time with these meaningless polls 9 months before the election? Don't you have any actual 'reporting' to do???

at 10:50 PM, February 27, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some of the writers above praising the Clinton economy and slamming the Bush economy must spend all day long watching Oprah and show NO knowledge of the American economy. Or maybe these writers are a product of Cincinnati Public Schools. Please people pay

at 8:24 AM, February 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lou Dobbs Tonight show reporting confirms for America that Obama will be slow to address issues (if he even addresses them) if elected to be president.

Other articles found on the internet:
"I Was Too Busy Running for President" -Updated-
by Fleaflicker, Wed Feb 27, 2008 at 10:57:11 AM EST
In last night's debate we learned while Obama was Chair of the subcommittee that has oversight over NATO Obama held not a single substantial meeting. Not one. When confronted with this Obama's excuse was that he had only been Chair since 2007 and he has been busy running for President since then.

So he has time for holding oversight meetings of NATO while our young women and men soldiers were being killed in Afghanistan because he's too busy running for president.

The Obama's supporters who plugged their ears and came to his defense claiming 
"Hillary hasn't done anything while she has been running for President." Please do your research.

What about The Dignified Treatment of Wounded Warriors Act? 
Senator Carl Levin (D-MI), Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, noted that Senator Clinton has introduced more legislation to address the problems facing wounded servicemembers than any other Senator. And she did it while running for president.

And somehow Hillary managed to do this in 2007 when Obama was too busy running for President.

She also wrote a letter of Condolence to the shooting victims in Illinois 1 few weeks go and put it on her front home pages.

Obama - the senator of Illinois did not.
Wake up America!

Hillary gets the jobs done.

at 9:04 AM, February 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ha ha ha. I work with a bunch of right-wingers and to hear them snipe at each other over McCain vs Cunningham is pretty darn funny.

I am going to love watching the wingnuts bicker all year while the Democratic candidate cruises to victory in all 50 states and all 88 counties in Ohio. It'll be sweet revenge for all their Bush_Cheney '04 rah-rah crap.

I was right, though, about the war, about the spending, but I totally misunderestimated the Rpeugnicants' criminal misconduct (Noe, Ney, etc) and complete ineptitude (Katrina).

There is simply no way anything close to a majority of American voters give Chimpy & Co a third term, especially with the votes being counted honestly this time.

at 2:32 PM, February 28, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

John McCain has missed 64% of the votes in the Senate in the past year. He was 'too busy running for president' to vote.

Any person who believe a word the Spew Dobbs says is a real schmuck.

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