Why the polls are right, and unskewedpolls.com is retarded
UnSkewedPolls.com claims the polls are wrong because they oversample Democrats in proportion to Republicans…
The sampling is based on only 24 percent responding as Republicans, while Democrats were 33 percent.
No serious observer of American politics or pollster believes that Republicans make up only 24 percent of the population. Is it precisely this under-sampling of Republicans, and proportional over-sampling of Democrats, that skews this survey.
So they “unskew” the sampling, and tada: Mitt Romney is totally winning…
Here is why this is retarded:
- Democrats give bums cigarettes in exchange for voting for Obama.
- Illegal aliens, convicts, pets, and the dead overwhelmingly vote Democrat.
- There will be brazen voter fraud and ballot-stuffing in favor of Democrats.
- And most importantly, the majority of Americans are stupid.
Have you been to the DMV lately? The average American is as dumb as a bag of rocks. Of course there will be higher Democrat turnout.
Team Romney keep saying: “Dude, don’t worry! Don’t believe the liberal media! We have internal polling that show us doing really well! You can’t see them, but they exist! Trust me!”
You need to understand that even if they were down by 20 points, Team Romney would say the exact same thing. It’s their job.
Remember John McCain’s pollster Bill McInturff? October 2008…
McInturff says he thinks traditionally Republican states are “MUCH more competitive than is generally believed by the media,” and says McCain’s salvation will come from “’Wal-Mart women” — women without a college degree, in households making under $60,000 a year.
The case McInturff makes is much more optimistic than anything detected by outside pollsters or analysts.
Are we really going to fall for the same old crap?
Bill McInturff knew John McCain was going down in flames. But he told us they were going to win anyway because he had to. It’s his job.
It’s time to face facts: We nominated a horrible, horrible, horrible candidate. We need to learn our lesson, and make sure this does not happen again in 2016.