So. The less you know, the more it shows.

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The more you think you know...the greater the unknown.
 

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Just another attempt by the tax in chief to raise taxes. If obamaturd is proposing it, you know it has to be bad for America.
 

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Ignorance shown by poll form.

Americans Favor Obama Jobs Plan by 45% to 32%

The more close attention they were paying to the American Jobs Act, the more they were in favor of it. The less they knew, the more they were against it.

Interesting.
did you even read the poll?

By 45% to 32%, more Americans want their member of Congress to vote for rather than against a jobs bill similar to the one President Obama proposed last week, with the rest having no opinion.
 
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Ignorance shown by poll form.

Americans Favor Obama Jobs Plan by 45% to 32%

The more close attention they were paying to the American Jobs Act, the more they were in favor of it. The less they knew, the more they were against it.

Interesting.
did you even read the poll?

By 45% to 32%, more Americans want their member of Congress to vote for rather than against a jobs bill similar to the one President Obama proposed last week, with the rest having no opinion.
So, for the first time, BrainDead is actually right about something. The less you know, the more it shows.... yep, she knows jack shit... and it's pretty damned easy for the rest of the board to see that.
 

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Another jobs bill, lol!!!!! So, the first one sucked and he's ready to do it again. The great organizer in action.
 

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It's a good sign for Obama. The most informed respondents are also those most likely to vote, and those who care most about the issue. It also suggests that as other Americans become more informed, the bill will become more popular. On the other hand, Republicans have won other communications battles recently, so perhaps it will become less popular. Also unfortunate is that this is a poll of Americans, and American voters tend to be more conservative by a few points.

It's perfectly reasonable to infer support for the bill although the poll asked about a bill "similar to" it. Gallup is a respected polling organization, and I don't see how their wording could have skewed the results. The wording also conforms to the likely course of events-- some similar bill is enormously more likely to become law than one worded exactly as Obama proposed.
 

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