These results were a bit of a surprise until I took a look at the group behind the poll, the questions they asked and their agenda.
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This is the first comment I’ve seen about the possibility of impeaching the president. I put a bumper sticker on my car the day after Obama was elected in November 2007: “Impeach Obama.” I’m glad to learn that at least some people are starting to agree with it.
Polls like these mean nothing to our imperial king. He has an agenda, he sees his opportunity and he’s taking advantage of it.
This time the left has it right.
This is bad news. But it’s better to know what happened than to be ignorant of what happened. I’d rather know, than not know.
Voter fraud was just insurance that Obama would get reelected. But it illustrates the mind-set of those determined to destroy us.
Polling is interesting in and of itself. And predictions for Tuesday are interesting, too. But neither means a whit if both candidates are cut from the same piece of cloth, which they are.
I love it when someone sticks his neck out, and then looks around to see if anyone else is also. Hewitt is a talk show host and is great for finding out what others think and the riffing on that with his own comments. Sort of like what I do here. Hewitt thinks Romney is [...]
All this, it seems to me, is just a lot of smoke and fire signifying nothing.
The number of undecided voters is so small that, barring a catastrophic political faux pas of some kind either by Obama or Romney, Hurricane Sandy isn’t likely to have much an impact.