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September 13, 2012

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'THE HATCH ACT';and we thought there might have been a Law the 'Left' hasn't misused or altogether VIOLATED. We are wrong again. Seems Mrs Sebelius,as an Agency head, found no problem speaking up for 'O'.
"White House indicates Sebelius won't be punished over Hatch Act violation". {An understanding Leader,certainly.}


Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/09/13/white-house-indicates-sebelius-wont-be-punished-over-hatch-act-violation/?utm_source=TPN%20Auto%201&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=4503#ixzz26jHi81L0

CNN's "REVEAL", on the two Candidates,made a 'mockery' of what was an opportunity at clarification. Instead they chose to minimize the huge 'head & shoulders'advantage of Romney's experience and abilities. No mention what-so-ever of Obama's fraudulent past, his Marxist philosophies,Alinsky tactics and three out of three complete political 'INCOMPLETES'.
Hopefully,the populace will take heed and opt out for preservation of the Republic. GOD BLESS AMERICA ! Let her RIP- MITT.

The point is to rely on all sources. When there are literally thousands of polls (or soon will be) biases and poor technique will be damped out.

All sources are not equal. See this evaluation of pollster accuracy: http://blog.chron.com/txpotomac/2008/11/the-list-which-presidential-polls-were-most-accurate/ Rasmussen is best.

Who is Mika Brzezinski? I am following 538, Princeton Election, Electoral Vote, and to a small extent Intrade. They can't all be biased, especially Princeton. They are all analyzing the total of data including Rasmussen. Princeton especially sees this as a big geeky data analysis.

Harry: For polls, I pay most attention to Rasmussen - who was the most accurate in 2008 - who showed a Romney bump of a few points from the Republican convention, then Obama ahead by three or four points after the "Clinton" bump. Today he has Romney back ahead by three, although trailing by a point or two in some key states. I understand that Mika Brzezinski has declared the election over, but the polls don't show that, the debates will be very important, and events in North Africa may well have an impact.

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If you believe "the poles are almost dead even", you should look a bit closer. Obama is a little up in the popular poles, but well ahead in the delegate poles, the only thing that counts. Most of those analyzing state (and thus delegate) data have Obama at 70% to 90% to win the election. I know you don't want to hear that, but those are the facts. Of course it is not over, but Romney has been doing very poorly in the last few weeks especially.

"THE CIRCULAR FIRING SQUAD"; 1st, Justice Roberts, then Chairman Bernanke today, then the Campaign allowing 'Southpaw Pre-Fab'd News Slingers', for Moderators. I'll agree with Limbaugh when he wondered aloud; "with all of this and the Press distortions almost 100% for the (p)resident, the poles are almost dead even". AMAZING ! Common Sense is surviving out there by God ! THANK GOD !

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