McCain pollster predicts massive turnout

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    McCain pollster predicts massive turnout - Mike Allen - Politico.com

    Bill McInturff thinks that voting is going to be historic with 130 million people, thinks that there is going to be a massive African American vote and a massive youth vote and thinks that with that, there will be a massive uneducated, white american vote who will go towards McCain.

    So basically, McCain's strategy is relying on dumb people who barely pay attention to the news and have little to no education.

    With that in mind, I would like to now propose a landslide victory in the popular vote for Obama. Who are these uneducated people going to vote for? Who's getting more press coverage? Who is the man responsible for this massive turnout? Obama. McInturff's body language on MSNBC was very uncomfortable... his tone of voice was very high, he kept squirming in his chair, the movement of his hands was him trying to explain something that he knew didn't make much sense. I call BS on this and I will state here and now John McCain's pollster is LYING.

    He's also saying the Pew research poll and Quinnipeac have a liberal bias to them because they have Obama in double digits over McCain.
     
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    Funny that YOU add the word 'uneducated' when talking about voters for McCain

    Typical liberal add-on to skew a story
     
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    Uh, these weren't my words. These were the words of McCain's pollster.
     
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    show me in the article... the ONLY mention of the word "uneducated" in the article is in the message board add on messages at the bottom

    nice try though
     
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    DavidS I think you are really getting nervous about the outcome of this election. Your posts used to be calm cool and collected, but in the last three days you have progressively degenerate to the point of almost ranting.

    Try to tamp down your frustration, your not helping your candidate this way.
     
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    no, they weren't. his words were McInturff said these gains have come from “Non-college men,” “Rural voters, both men and women, “Right-to-life voters” and “soft Democrats.”


    “[O]ur long identified target of ‘Walmart women’ – those women without a college degree in households under $60,000 a year in income are also swinging back solidly in our direction,” he wrote“[O]ur long identified target of ‘Walmart women’ – those women without a college degree in households under $60,000 a year in income are also swinging back solidly in our direction,” he wrote..


    that's directly from your link.

    now maybe you believe that people without college degrees are uneducated, but you need to own up to it and not put your words in someone else's mouth and then lie about it.
     
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    I just read the article you posted. Where does it say that?
     
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    If you actually READ my post, you'll see I was talking about body language, which meant I saw him on TV. He said that on MSNBC.
     
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    god, that's weak.

    give it another go, i'm sure you can pull something better out of your ass than that.

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