Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Pollsters are idiots

So, for a variety of reasons I've been paying attention to a US Senate race in New York.

And I was rooting for this lady "Wendy Long."


She got endorsements from the Tea Party and many other noteworthy endorsements ... and yet, inexplicably, the jourrrrnalists said she trailed in the polls. That's right ... the "media" said she would probably lose ... so you Wendy Long supporters might as well not get out and vote ... you know ... you'd just be wasting your time.

Below is a sample of the idiotic sputum mainstream media genius that was written before the actual vote yesterday.

The latest Siena Research Institute poll tells us a little more about the Republican primary for U.S. Senate. 

The poll, released Monday, still shows a majority of GOP voters — 70 percent — don't know who they will be voting for. But among the 30 percent who have decided, there are some interesting stats. 

For example, U.S. Rep. Bob Turner is supported by 16 percent of GOP voters, according to the poll. 

Eleven percent of voters said they will be supporting Wendy Long, and 3 percent said they are backing George Maragos. 

But it's where Turner is getting most of his support that's worth mentioning. Forty-four percent of New York City GOP voters surveyed said they are voting for Turner, while 48 percent said they don't know who they will be voting for. 

That leaves Long and Maragos with only a small percentage of support from GOP voters in the Big Apple. More here:

Yes, my poor, poor, candidate was behind ... "only a small percentage of support in the Big Apple."

But then ... this morning ... LO ... what manner of headline is cast in front of me Irish eyes?

Wendy Long rolled to victory in the state Republican U.S. Senate primary last night, and will face U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) in the Nov. 6 general election.  

And as soon as she wins, what liberal pablum jourrrrnalistic information headline is thrust in front of me Irish eyes? 

Democrats wasted no time attacking the Republican candidate. State Democratic Committee co-chairman Keith Wright in a prepared statement released Tuesday night accused Long of holding "extreme ideological views."  More here:

See? The reporter wants to ensure you're aware of her "extreme views" ... you know, views like:
a) supports the right to own a gun
b) supports the idea we should protect the border
c) supports the idea the government stop borrowing/squandering my money

You know, ideas that are WAY out there, right Keith? Listen, genius, we're coming for you (and people LIKE you) in November and we're going to kick your ass into a pulp -- and then kick the pulp ... politically speaking, of course.

And thanks, mainstream media ... thanks once again for the forthright AND very helpful information you provided in terms of a realistic expectation of outcomes in this election.   GREAT JOB, YOU IDIOTS.

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