Frank Luntz: Obama Infomercial "A wash"

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    Luntz was on O'Reiley tonight. He did focus group on 24 Tampa undecideds who watched Obama infomercial. The results were 8 were now going to vote for Obama, 7 for McCain and the rest were still undecided. Interesting piece. I'll look for the You Tube of it and post when available.
     
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    Well if FRANK LUNTZ said it, it HAS to be true!

    24 whole people! Wow! There goes the election!




    Now, what America really wants to know is:

    When is Joe the Plumber's Country Western Album coming out?
     
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    It should be titled: Sam: my life as a unlicensed plumber.
     
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    Luntz always seems very impartial to me. He was very complimentary of Obama as were the people in the focus group.

    If it makes the Obama people feel any better he told O'Reilley they would be doing focus groups on Obama's first 100 days in office. He didn't mention McCain.
     
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    I wonder what Bobby would be saying about all the Libs beating up on Joe?
     
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    LOL


    I thought he was a character from "The Simpsons"



    Lionel Hutz - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    By the way do you still think Bobby would be voting for Obama considering Obama launched his political career from the home of a guy who dedicated a book to Sirhan Sirhan?
     
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    "People say I am ruthless. I am not ruthless. And if I find the man who is calling me ruthless, I shall destroy him."

    - Robert F Kennedy
     
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    JFK RFK. The last good Democrats.
     
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    RFK would probably be campaigning for Obama. They both ran very similar campaigns and were both seen as true change for their time.

    I just hope that Obama's journey does not end as RFK's did.
     

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