Archive for September, 2012

Sep 27 2012

Sample Problems With Current Polls: The Resistant Libertarian/Tea Party Voting Bloc

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The political blogs are all atwitter about how the polls are slanting their samples and turnout models. Some claim nefarious intentions, others see a rising tide of Democrat voters that would eclipse 2008. Many assume doom for Romney. I doubt any of these situations are true. Something else is in play, and I touched on […]

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Sep 18 2012

2012 Will Be Another Tea Party/Libertarian Election, Like 2010

The Political Industrial Complex (made up of Politicians, their Handlers, Lobbyists, the News Media, etc) haveĀ  not realized that the 2012 election is going to be Part 2 of the 2010 shellacking of the government-knows-best, government-only-solutions party (i.e., Dem0crats). The fact is you cannot screw up indefinitely, throwing away people’s money and destroying their hard […]

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Sep 14 2012

Clueless News Network (CNN) Keeps Trying To Cover For Administration Screw Up In Libya

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Where there is smoke (or in this case anonymous administration sources speaking to the Clueless News Network (CNN)) there is usually fire. As the Libyans and others note: the current violent unrest sparked on the anniversary of 9-11, which led to the death of 4 Americans (and President Obama to run to Las Vegas), was […]

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Sep 13 2012

Empty Chair Leader Runs Off To Las Vegas As Americans Suffer

Barack Obama just doesn’t care about another term. His handlers and his party are pushing him to run, but Obama knows down deep he has lost interest. The Manchurian Candidate is clearly bored and tired. Why else run to Las Vegas for a fund raiser after our Embassies have been attacked and Americans killed? Could […]

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Sep 07 2012

Convention Wrap Up: I Need A Refill Of Advil

Sorry again for the complete lack of posting. Life has become incredibly hectic, and not always in a good way. At least we squeaked some vacation time in at the end of August, or else I would have gone mad with the conflicting priorities of aging parents, an endless stream of work/business issues (in no […]

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