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2012-10-02 11:18:10 AM
More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.
 
2012-10-02 11:19:24 AM
I wonder why.
 
2012-10-02 11:32:08 AM
I KEEP READING PENSITO AAAALLLL WROOOONNGGGG

/halp
 
2012-10-02 11:34:04 AM
Crash and burn huh mittens?

imageshack.us

file031b.bebo.com
 
2012-10-02 11:36:25 AM

Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.


8.5/10

Really, really good, just a sentence or two too long.
 
2012-10-02 11:43:24 AM

Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.


Once again, sir, you have struck the pointed metal rod on its upper flattened surface.
 
2012-10-02 11:53:59 AM
Well, in all fairness, it is a completely new model Romney.
 
2012-10-02 11:57:10 AM
I think we should definitely pay attention to places where Mitt Romney was previously the Chief Executive.
 
2012-10-02 11:59:32 AM

Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.


I was told there would be no math!
 
2012-10-02 12:04:53 PM
This is bad news, for Obama.
 
2012-10-02 12:07:13 PM

Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.


I think we found the person running Unskewed Polls.
 
2012-10-02 12:12:49 PM

Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.


It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%. But really it's not even that close.
 
2012-10-02 12:15:05 PM

Kittypie070: I KEEP READING PENSITO AAAALLLL WROOOONNGGGG

/halp


PENISTO? PENISTO? PENIS TO WHAT????
 
2012-10-02 12:17:12 PM

teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.


You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.
 
2012-10-02 12:24:51 PM
It only makes sense that they would change positions as often as the person they elected.
 
2012-10-02 12:38:11 PM

DrySocket: Kittypie070: I KEEP READING PENSITO AAAALLLL WROOOONNGGGG

/halp

PENISTO? PENISTO? PENIS TO WHAT????


Penis to E-7. Checkmate!
 
2012-10-02 12:55:56 PM

Lando Lincoln: DrySocket: Kittypie070: I KEEP READING PENSITO AAAALLLL WROOOONNGGGG

/halp

PENISTO? PENISTO? PENIS TO WHAT????

Penis to E-7. Checkmate!


You sank my battleship!
 
2012-10-02 01:10:36 PM

Kittypie070: I KEEP READING PENSITO AAAALLLL WROOOONNGGGG

/halp


Gonna need you to stay late this weekend Bob, we have a LOT of backlogged penis to review
 
2012-10-02 01:31:19 PM
I realize you didn't have to do much with the headline to make it funny, subs, but I still lol'd.
 
2012-10-02 01:32:13 PM

Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.


You've totally forgotten to double-weight the polls to account for rhetorico-republican heteroscedastic metatendencies. A realistic probability (p=.0000001) would be Romney 95%, Obama 5% (all of whom are dead or illegal or both). If you can't post logically, I'd just recommend forgoing the exercise all together, OK sparky?
 
2012-10-02 01:44:22 PM

dahmers love zombie: Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.

You've totally forgotten to double-weight the polls to account for rhetorico-republican heteroscedastic metatendencies. A realistic probability (p=.0000001) would be Romney 95%, Obama 5% (all of whom are dead or illegal or both). If you can't post logically, I'd just recommend forgoing the exercise all together, OK sparky?


*raises hand*

Is this going to be on the test?
 
2012-10-02 01:45:43 PM
Hell, Mondale at least won Minnesota.
 
2012-10-02 01:59:43 PM

Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.


...Reticulating splines...
 
2012-10-02 02:01:21 PM
But Obama is only ahead by 18 points in Illinois so something something.
 
2012-10-02 02:01:24 PM

Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.


but there's only a .6% chance of that. so let's write a column about it.
 
2012-10-02 02:02:24 PM

Aarontology: dahmers love zombie: Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.

You've totally forgotten to double-weight the polls to account for rhetorico-republican heteroscedastic metatendencies. A realistic probability (p=.0000001) would be Romney 95%, Obama 5% (all of whom are dead or illegal or both). If you can't post logically, I'd just recommend forgoing the exercise all together, OK sparky?

*raises hand*

Is this going to be on the test?


Son, that was the test.
 
2012-10-02 02:03:00 PM

pizen: Lando Lincoln: DrySocket: Kittypie070: I KEEP READING PENSITO AAAALLLL WROOOONNGGGG

/halp

PENISTO? PENISTO? PENIS TO WHAT????

Penis to E-7. Checkmate!

You sank my battleship!


Damnit, and I was one slot away from Bingo!
 
2012-10-02 02:04:34 PM
Romney needs a barn coat and a pickup with 200,000 miles on it
 
2012-10-02 02:04:51 PM
This is bad news. For Scott Brown
 
2012-10-02 02:05:08 PM
this just makes me feel like voting romney out of pity

this and his wife saying she was worried about his mental health if he got elected
 
2012-10-02 02:06:08 PM
Romney, "I'm a leader! A great leader! Look at how I lead Massachusetts, and you'll see what a great leader I am!"

Massachusetts, "You suck!"

Romney: To know him is to loath him.
 
2012-10-02 02:06:30 PM

xynix: Crash and burn huh mittens?

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I think this is the thing about this election in comparison to 2008. McCain was often in the lead or neck in neck with Obama until the September market meltdown. And the same thing can actually happen to Obama that will turn everything around. But if it doesn't happen, Obama has pretty much won.
 
2012-10-02 02:07:14 PM

Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.


I have SUCH a man-crush on you right now.
 
2012-10-02 02:07:17 PM
This version of Romney wasn't governor or Massachussets
 
2012-10-02 02:07:43 PM

xynix: Crash and burn huh mittens?

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More liberal bias. Here's the same data, unskewed:

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Note that Romney is doing so well, he's already mitigating Obama's failures. Another couple weeks of polling like this, and GM will have been bankrupt.
 
2012-10-02 02:07:51 PM

Evil Twin Skippy: pizen: Lando Lincoln: DrySocket: Kittypie070: I KEEP READING PENSITO AAAALLLL WROOOONNGGGG

/halp

PENISTO? PENISTO? PENIS TO WHAT????

Penis to E-7. Checkmate!

You sank my battleship!

Damnit, and I was one slot away from Bingo!


media.tumblr.com
 
2012-10-02 02:08:08 PM
Here's my surprised emoticon:

: |
 
2012-10-02 02:09:01 PM
So, what's the over/under on using anything from his tenure as Governor as proof of his leadership during the debates?
 
2012-10-02 02:10:17 PM
P33N0R!!
 
2012-10-02 02:11:09 PM

Evil Twin Skippy: pizen: Lando Lincoln: DrySocket: Kittypie070: I KEEP READING PENSITO AAAALLLL WROOOONNGGGG

/halp

PENISTO? PENISTO? PENIS TO WHAT????

Penis to E-7. Checkmate!

You sank my battleship!

Damnit, and I was one slot away from Bingo!


If you had hit that bullseye, the dominos would've fallen like a house of cards
 
2012-10-02 02:13:02 PM

Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.


That's only as X goes to zero. As X goes to infinity, it goes the other direction.
 
2012-10-02 02:13:32 PM
It's as unfair to bring up Romney's Governorship as it is to bring up his leadership of Bain Capital, and you libs are only doing so becaue 0bama can't run on his record.
 
2012-10-02 02:14:06 PM
Also down in the state where he was born at.
 
2012-10-02 02:16:37 PM

Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.


Pocket...I love you...and I have your baby inside me.
 
2012-10-02 02:18:36 PM

Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.


You forgot to tell the Dems to get out of their echo chamber.

/I did score a Republican Buzzword Bingo with your post, though.
 
2012-10-02 02:19:09 PM

RyogaM: Romney, "I'm a leader! A great leader! Look at how I lead Massachusetts, and you'll see what a great leader I am!"

Massachusetts, "You suck sack!"

Romney: To know him is to loath him.


FTFY.
 
2012-10-02 02:19:28 PM

dramboxf: Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.

8.5/10

Really, really good, just a sentence or two too long.


Projecting? You? SHOCKED! SHOCKED, I AM~!

Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.


I feel all giggity all of a sudden...
 
2012-10-02 02:20:10 PM

Rwa2play: dramboxf: Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.

8.5/10

Really, really good, just a sentence or two too long.

Projecting? You? SHOCKED! SHOCKED, I AM~!Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.

I feel all giggity all of a sudden...


Ack...my bad.
 
2012-10-02 02:21:11 PM
I'm sorry, which home state are we talking about? Is it the one where the Olympics were held that he claimed to be a resident of before running for Massachusetts governor, or the one he amended his tax returns to show that he was a resident of after running for governor?
 
2012-10-02 02:22:33 PM

Empty Matchbook: Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.

Pocket...I love you...and I have your baby inside me.


Ew, did you at least cook it first?
 
2012-10-02 02:22:42 PM

Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.


I rate this post three asymptotic boners
 
2012-10-02 02:23:51 PM
Different Romney... nothing in common but the birth certificate.
 
2012-10-02 02:26:59 PM

Richard Freckle: I rate this post three asymptotic boners


Approves.

bmj2k.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-10-02 02:27:08 PM

WinoRhino: I'm sorry, which home state are we talking about? Is it the one where the Olympics were held that he claimed to be a resident of before running for Massachusetts governor, or the one he amended his tax returns to show that he was a resident of after running for governor?


We weren't.

We were talking about the state he was Govenor of. But don't let reading comprehension, or the actual topic get in the way of your liberal nonsense.
 
hej
2012-10-02 02:27:31 PM
We really need something that ups the ante from the "amusing" tag. Maybe a "LAWL" tag...
 
2012-10-02 02:27:44 PM

Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.


I studied statistics, and I love you... you magnificent bastard.

That said, I can't measure baryon or meson particles, so getting the quarks in harmony is a total biatch.
 
2012-10-02 02:29:02 PM
Pocket Ninja are my new heroe.
 
2012-10-02 02:30:55 PM
Out of date. What are his numbers in the Caymans?
 
2012-10-02 02:45:59 PM
Obviously, this is all a lie-beral lie and Mitt Romney is winning 302% - spear-chucking black socialist in MA...just like every other state in this great union except for the ones on the West Coast that don't count and aren't really American.
 
2012-10-02 02:52:50 PM
Remember when rightie Farkers made such a big deal about Al Gore not being able to carry Tennessee? I do. Ahh the good old days. Doesn't matter here though, does it my "Independent" friends?
 
2012-10-02 02:56:51 PM

firefly212: Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.

I studied statistics, and I love you... you magnificent bastard.

That said, I can't measure baryon or meson particles, so getting the quarks in harmony is a total biatch.


nclawyer.typepad.com
 
2012-10-02 03:03:43 PM
The Republican's empty cries of "victim" are nothing but projection and delusion. The Republicans are losing because they destroyed this country from 1994-2008 and because they have no ideas and because all their candidates are incompetent liars and lunatics.
Perhaps it is because when Republicans were in control, the economy was losing 800,000 jobs per month and under Obama the economy is now gaining 250,000 jobs per month.
 
2012-10-02 03:13:16 PM
Funny part is nobody even sees Mass in play here. it is going to Fartbongo.
 
2012-10-02 03:19:35 PM
is this the same state he only served 1 term as govenor and wasn't reelected?
 
2012-10-02 03:20:29 PM
Keep in mind Kerry Healey, his Lieutenant governor, lost in a landslide. Mitt hasn't just jettisoned his policies as governor to appeal to a national audience; he was a shiatty governor to begin with. And when you spend your governorship out of state trashing Massachusetts to Republican audiences, you don't endear yourself to voters here.
 
2012-10-02 03:23:59 PM
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Ann's worry will be over soon. Mitt's mental capacity will be just fine, untested.
 
2012-10-02 03:26:48 PM

birdboy2000: Keep in mind Kerry Healey, his Lieutenant governor, lost in a landslide. Mitt hasn't just jettisoned his policies as governor to appeal to a national audience; he was a shiatty governor to begin with. And when you spend your governorship out of state trashing Massachusetts to Republican audiences, you don't endear yourself to voters here.



Heh... No shiat.

Was there ever any doubt that Romney was going to get crushed in Massachusetts?
 
2012-10-02 05:00:41 PM

keylock71: birdboy2000: Keep in mind Kerry Healey, his Lieutenant governor, lost in a landslide. Mitt hasn't just jettisoned his policies as governor to appeal to a national audience; he was a shiatty governor to begin with. And when you spend your governorship out of state trashing Massachusetts to Republican audiences, you don't endear yourself to voters here.


Heh... No shiat.

Was there ever any doubt that Romney was going to get crushed in Massachusetts?


How did he get elected there in the first place?
 
2012-10-02 05:03:14 PM

Danger Mouse: We weren't.

We were talking about the state he was Govenor of. But don't let reading comprehension, or the actual topic get in the way of your liberal nonsense.


Hahaha, awesome. Look at yourself. Jumping all over me for pointing that out. LIBS! WHAA! Pure gold. BTW, I'm from Massachusetts, and if you'd like me to comment on the subject at hand, it's simple: We elected him, so we're obviously not PURELY about party in this state. But he was SO BAD as governor not many people here want to see him as president.
 
2012-10-02 05:20:56 PM

Aar1012: keylock71: birdboy2000: Keep in mind Kerry Healey, his Lieutenant governor, lost in a landslide. Mitt hasn't just jettisoned his policies as governor to appeal to a national audience; he was a shiatty governor to begin with. And when you spend your governorship out of state trashing Massachusetts to Republican audiences, you don't endear yourself to voters here.


Heh... No shiat.

Was there ever any doubt that Romney was going to get crushed in Massachusetts?

How did he get elected there in the first place?


By using the same techniques he's trying to use now... Pandering and lying.

Plus, he was running against a fairly weak opponent in Shannon O'Brien.
 
2012-10-02 06:24:41 PM

sprawl15: Note that Romney is doing so well, he's already mitigating Obama's failures. Another couple weeks of polling like this, and GM will have been bankrupt traveling back in time to finish killing off the liberal side of himself.


/Mitt hasn't seen Back to the Future
 
2012-10-02 06:44:03 PM

sonnyboy11: Remember when rightie Farkers made such a big deal about Al Gore not being able to carry Tennessee? I do. Ahh the good old days. Doesn't matter here though, does it my "Independent" friends?


If current trends hold, Romney will win only 1 of his 5 "home" states: Utah. He looks to lose Mass., NH, MI, and CA.
 
2012-10-02 10:15:11 PM

Zulu_as_Kono: If current trends hold, Romney will win only 1 of his 5 "home" states: Utah. He looks to lose Mass., NH, MI, and CA.


I think that has to be something of a first.

Meanwhile, Obama will win both of his home states, Hawaii and Illinois.
 
2012-10-03 01:49:40 AM

Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.


If it's less than .5 you should round down. Still that hardly makes a difference to your argument.
 
2012-10-03 03:17:11 AM

Pocket Ninja: teto85: It's also possible, using your "logic" that it's Obama 65% and Rmoney 27%.

You've clearly never studied statistics, but that's OK, most people haven't. The various extrapolatables must align with the prevailing delineates, which in this case align positive-negative along the axordial conchord. You're hypothesizing a negative-positive alignment which even a half-token effort to harmonize the statistical quarks indicates is not present.


Not since 12th grade. Just pediatric oncology and surgery. The amputation today was successful and we'll wait for the tests to come back and if it goes to plan she'll have her 5th birthday party and Xmas this year and birthdays and Xmases beyond. 85% of statistics are within a 92% confidence level 27% of the time on the first Tuesday after a blue moon after the autumnal equinox of a leap year. Bend over, it's time for your colonoscopy. It won't hurt. Just think of your times with the other Teabaggers.
 
2012-10-03 12:08:21 PM

teto85: Just pediatric oncology and surgery.


Lighten up, Doc. Look who you're talking to.
 
2012-10-03 04:47:20 PM

The Jami Turman Fan Club: Empty Matchbook: Pocket Ninja: More liberal poll skewing. If you'd stop being such a partisan shill for a moment, subby, and read the poll's fine print, you'd see that there's a 4.4 percent margin of error. Round that up to five just to make it easier. So, Obama has 60 percent, supposedly...5 percent of 60 is 3, times 5 is 15, which puts Obama, really, at about 45 percent. Meanwhile, Romney's 32 percent is actually much closer to 40 percent using the same calculation. And 40 to 45 puts them right within the poll's stated margin of error.

But, of course, "Massachusetts is a toss up" doesn't fit within the liberal media's narrative of this campaign, does it? Keep on spinning, spinmeister.

Pocket...I love you...and I have your baby inside me.

Ew, did you at least cook it first?


Little known fact: Baby sashimi is the MOST tender and delicious.
 
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