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Keep up the nonsensical bleating, lies, hate, and hypocrisy, moonbats. It's REALLY working in your favor! :glare:

 

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McAuliffe’s substantial lead puts him in a position to break a long pattern in Virginia gubernatorial races. In the nine most recent elections, the party holding the White House has lost the governor’s race. Cuccinelli’s weaknesses, more than McAuliffe’s strengths, put that streak in jeopardy, according to one question in the poll.

 

Among those supporting the Democrat, 64 percent say they are voting against Cuccinelli rather than for McAuliffe. Meanwhile, among the attorney general’s supporters, 50 percent say they are casting a positive vote for the candidate while 44 percent say they are voting against McAuliffe, a businessman who is a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

 

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/virginia-politics/mcauliffe-opens-up-double-digit-lead-over-cuccinelli-in-virginia-governors-race/2013/10/28/e81e2fb0-3c43-11e3-b6a9-da62c264f40e_story.html

 

 

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Keep up the nonsensical bleating, lies, hate, and hypocrisy, moonbats. It's REALLY working in your favor! :glare:

 

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McAuliffe’s substantial lead puts him in a position to break a long pattern in Virginia gubernatorial races. In the nine most recent elections, the party holding the White House has lost the governor’s race. Cuccinelli’s weaknesses, more than McAuliffe’s strengths, put that streak in jeopardy, according to one question in the poll.

 

Among those supporting the Democrat, 64 percent say they are voting against Cuccinelli rather than for McAuliffe. Meanwhile, among the attorney general’s supporters, 50 percent say they are casting a positive vote for the candidate while 44 percent say they are voting against McAuliffe, a businessman who is a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee.

 

This sap believes the anti-conservative Disinformation the Post puts out to kill Cuccinelli's chances. :glare:

 

Even before this thread, as soon as I saw that Post headline, I knew without even looking the poll greatly over-sampled Democrats.

 

Oh my, what's this?

 

 

McAuliffe poll shock: Democrat up by only 4 points in Virginia governor’s race

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/oct/30/terry-mcauliffe-4-points-virginia-governors-race-p/

 

 

 

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This sap believes the anti-conservative Disinformation the Post puts out to kill Cuccinelli's chances. :glare:

 

Even before this thread, as soon as I saw that Post headline, I knew without even looking the poll greatly over-sampled Democrats.

 

Oh my, what's this?

 

 

 

 

 

Depends on which poll you want to believe, then. I'll take the Post poll. Given all that's happened recently and how things have been trending, it makes more sense.

Oh, and of course Dems are oversampled! That's how Obama won the presidency again. Those 49%-ers were all set to vote for the other guy but the skewed polls scrambled their brains.

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Depends on which poll you want to believe, then. I'll take the Post poll. Given all that's happened recently and how things have been trending, it makes more sense.

Oh, and of course Dems are oversampled! That's how Obama won the presidency again. Those 49%-ers were all set to vote for the other guy but the skewed polls scrambled their brains.

Sorry, but if you were educated about the turnout on election day, you'd know that Conservatives stayed home and didn't vote for Romney. But don't let a little honesty creep into your brain, it would probably drive you insane.

 

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Sorry, but if you were educated about the turnout on election day, you'd know that Conservatives stayed home and didn't vote for Romney. But don't let a little honesty creep into your brain, it would probably drive you insane.

 

Romney was the best candidate out of the group and still couldn't beat "the worst president ever".

 

If what you say is true, then the GOP is pretty much out of contention due to their extremism until they figure out how to reach a larger share of the electorate with a more moderate and sensible approach to governing.

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This sap believes the anti-conservative Disinformation the Post puts out to kill Cuccinelli's chances. :glare:

 

Even before this thread, as soon as I saw that Post headline, I knew without even looking the poll greatly over-sampled Democrats.

 

Depends on which poll you want to believe, then. I'll take the Post poll. Given all that's happened recently and how things have been trending, it makes more sense.

Oh, and of course Dems are oversampled!

 

Belief has nothing to do with it. The WashPost has a long, long, long history of citing rigged polls to dispirit conservatives.

 

McCauliffe was never up 12 points, not even close.

 

As well as ignoring scandals by Dems and playing up far smaller ones by Repubs. When anyone who followed politics knew that Clinton was going to be impeached if he won re-election, the WashPost didn't carry one single story about that and hid the many scandals for which he was.

 

That's how Obama won the presidency again. Those 49%-ers were all set to vote for the other guy but the skewed polls scrambled their brains.

 

Bulls***. Obama won because of 1) Hurricane Sandy which wiped the campaign out of the news exactly when Romney was surging,

 

and 2) by cheating, both voter fraud and suppressing Tea Part and conservative groups with the IRS and other government agencies.

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Bulls***. Obama won because of 1) Hurricane Sandy which wiped the campaign out of the news exactly when Romney was surging,

 

and 2) by cheating, both voter fraud and suppressing Tea Part and conservative groups with the IRS and other government agencies.

 

1) So RWers are too lazy to vote unless they know their candidate is going to win? Is that what you are saying?

 

2) Bull****, link to one instance of voter fraud that was newsworthy. RW conspiracy theories don't count.

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