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Showing posts with label poll. Show all posts
Showing posts with label poll. Show all posts

Thursday, November 10, 2011

CNBC debate fiasco as business website takes down poll after Ron Paul leads

It should come as no surprise that a media network like CNBS, which is run by Obama insider Jeffrey Immelt, would be very quick to remove any web poll that shows presidential candidate Ron Paul leading over the Rino Republicans the establishment wants to hand pick to lose against Obama.

We had a poll up from our Republican Presidential Debate asking readers who they thought won. One candidate was leading by such a margin that it became obvious the polling wasn't so much a reading of our audience, but of the Internet prowess of this particular candidate's political organization. We have therefore taken the poll down.
Yes, we've gone through this exercise before.
Wastler then provides a link to a rather patronizing statement he made back in 2007 to explain why CNBC dumped polling results then as well:
First of all, let’s be serious, folks! Regardless of what you might feel personally about Ron Paul or his political position, it has become painfully obvious to even the most oblivious subsections of the American populace that the MSM, from supposed “right wing” outlets like FOX, to supposed “left wing” outlets like CNBC, have gone WAY out of their way to ridicule, suppress, or completely ignore him. - Brandon Smith of Alt Market via Zerohedge
Fear... its the final frontier by which Americans can overcome the brutal rule of our Marxist masters.  Alas, wouldn't it be fascinating if Ron Paul won the nomination and got to take on the great Teleprompter in Chief on actual issues, which we know would be a very unfair contest for the poor President.

Monday, October 17, 2011

New poll shows Americans blame Washington more than Wall Street for economic problems

Three years into the Obama presidency, and the American people are no longer falling for the 'blame Bush' mantra anymore.  In fact, in a recent poll by The Hill, 56% of Americans blame Washington, including Congress and the President, for the currency economic problems much more than they are blaming Wall Street.

Surely Obama is neither the first (nor last) to recognize that the scapegoating of a "minority" group (as the Wall Street "1%" clearly is) and use it as a catalyst for class warfare, is a historically very successful tactic. Well, while thousands of people may express their displeasure with their plight openly before the traditional symbols of Wall Street, it would appear that Obama is failing in his attempt at global diversion from the place where popular anger should truly lie: Congress, Senate, and of course, the White House, without whose (and by 'whose' here we clearly envision Tim Geithner, Hank Paulson and Ben Bernanke) blessings Wall Street would not exist in its current form. Yet it does, and many have figured that out. According to a brand new poll by The Hill, "in the minds of likely voters, Washington, not Wall Street, is primarily to blame for the financial crisis and the subsequent recession. - Zerohedge

The sad thing is... the leaders in Washington are so inept, even when the American people are ready to hang Wall Street Bankers (real and in effigy), politicians can't take advantage of it, and instead, become the primary targets on the economy.

Friday, September 23, 2011

Media bias against Ron Paul continues as Fox News pulls down poll from debate

Yesterday while listening to Sean Hannity, the RINO talking head from Fox News spoke with Dick Morris about the upcoming Republican debate on September 22nd in Orlando, Florida.  Throughout the entire segment, both men spoke only of three candidates, and Ron Paul was not mentioned a single time.

Interesting, since Congressman Paul clearly won the debate in the eyes of Fox News viewers, which led to the 'fair and balanced' new organization to take down their poll after the results were clearly in the camp of the man whom Rinos are scared to death of in the primaries.

Click here to go to page with Fox News debate poll.  (as you can see, the page has been taken down)

However, before the page was taken down, you can see a glimpse of the poll results courtesy of