How many times does Ninja have to be right...

Discussion in 'Congress' started by Ninja, Sep 15, 2008.

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    ... Before the Leftists just defer to his political acumen?

    American Thinker Blog: McCain-Palin seeing a 'Gibson Bounce'?

    The "Gibson Bounce"... VERY CATCHY!!!!

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    you are always wrong to a yo-bama supporter. and that is good enough for me.

    brainwashed is one thing (yo-bama supporters)

    educated vote is another (pretty tough to vote for yo-bama and be educated).
     
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    Tell that to Buffet! And democrats tend to be more educated and I found that out on a repug web site. While republicans tend to have more children.
     
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    I don't know.

    If Ninja is ever right about anything, maybe we'll find out.

    Don't hold your breath, though.
     
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    What is he talking about?!?!?!?! McCain lost a point after the interview. Polls have stayed the same since.

    Now on to the debate.

    Sheesh...

    I love when the right plays the ref. It's really cute.
     
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    Caligirl Oh yes it is too!

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    Yeah but the article is partly wrong, the palin interviewed aired in part on thursday, in part on friday, and in part on saturday.

    There might be a gibsobn bounce but its stupid for the article to say that the polling was all post-interview. Post part of the interview maybe, but not post all of the interview.

    And since the reporter was careless on that little point, I don't give this article the time of day.

    Which is not to say that you aren't right, Ninja. :) Just that the guy that wrote the article was stupid.

    Added:

    Today's Rasmussen shows Mccain at 49%, and his lead down to 2, sorry! :)
     
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    Off topic, but does anyone ever read American Thinker? I've found it to be one of the most illogical sites on the internet.
     
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    apparently THE NINJA reads it :cuckoo:

    I'd be interested to know how the Palin interview could cause a bounce when the reviews were mixed, even within her own party.

    I think it's really cute how hard the Repubs are trying to convince the Libs that this race is all but over...

    if you believed that you wouldn't have to work so hard...
     
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    :lol:

    Only you could spin

    (1) A 20 point swing amongst White women towards McCain
    (2) A 12 point lead amongst Independents for McCain
    (3) MN, WI, PA and MI all being within MOE
    (4) McCain hitting 50% in the Rasmussen DTP for the first time ever

    (all of which we learned late last week BTW) as being good signs for Obama :clap2:
     
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