Social science takes spotlight bow in...

Social science takes spotlight bow in election

There are 10 comments on the USA Today story from Nov 10, 2012, titled Social science takes spotlight bow in election. In it, USA Today reports that:

Polls, and pollsters, took a star turn on this year's election night, calling the presidential election days ahead of the outcome .

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“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#1 Nov 10, 2012
Children have thrown their parents under the bus, a favorite ploy of the left, after indoctrination and envy are intalled through their ear buds and electrodes. The children were taught that they should have the good life no matter who they have to kill.
conservative crapola

Orefield, PA

#2 Nov 10, 2012
Young Conservatives Are Rejecting the Old Order

A new generation of conservative politicos are breaking ranks with their elders, Buzzfeed informs us, and they're blaming fuddy duddy social attitudes and a lack of tech know-how to explain a big part of their defection.

You've been placed in the trash heap.

hahahahahahahahahahaha

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#3 Nov 10, 2012
conservative crapola wrote:
Young Conservatives Are Rejecting the Old Order
A new generation of conservative politicos are breaking ranks with their elders, Buzzfeed informs us, and they're blaming fuddy duddy social attitudes and a lack of tech know-how to explain a big part of their defection.
You've been placed in the trash heap.
hahahahahahahahahahaha
They will reape what the sow. As it has always been. Louie the XVI found that out too.
conservative crapola

Orefield, PA

#4 Nov 10, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
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Does quoting french failures make you feel better? Really hits home, doesn't she?

hahahahahahaha
Billy Ringo

New York, NY

#5 Nov 10, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
Children have thrown their parents under the bus, a favorite ploy of the left, after indoctrination and envy are intalled through their ear buds and electrodes. The children were taught that they should have the good life no matter who they have to kill.
What happened to those 325 electoral votes you told us Etchy had locked up?

Seems like you may have missed a few math classes at the Karl Rove school of Arithmetic.

Haven't heard much from Rasmussen since Tuesday night.
conservative crapola

Orefield, PA

#6 Nov 10, 2012
Billy Ringo wrote:
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What happened to those 325 electoral votes you told us Etchy had locked up?
Seems like you may have missed a few math classes at the Karl Rove school of Arithmetic.
Haven't heard much from Rasmussen since Tuesday night.
From diaper rass:

Our final daily presidential tracking poll showed Romney at 49% and Obama at 48%. Instead, the president got 50% of the vote and Romney 48%. We were disappointed that our final results were not as close to the final result as they had been in preceding elections.

No shit.....hahahahahahahahahahah a
Billy Ringo

New York, NY

#7 Nov 10, 2012
In ALL the polls Rasmussen took for POTUS, he was 50%.

When you poll a majority of old, white land line phones only, that's what you get.
3OHA

San Jose, CA

#8 Nov 10, 2012
Social "scientists" can have an impact on elections because most of them are now pod people making more pod people.
Gary

Bellingham, WA

#9 Nov 10, 2012
Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>They will reape what the sow. As it has always been. Louie the XVI found that out too.
Right Dimbo.

It's a lesson totally wasted on conservatives like yourself
who seem to want nothing more than to create a country
shaped along France's ancien Regime with an aristocracy
that controls all the wealth, owns all the land and maintains
its position by keeping the peasantry poor and ignorant.
That is the Republican plan for America's future, an
all-powerful corporate elite that has complete political
and economic control through its vast wealth. The Koch
brothers are prime examples of this drive to replace democracy,
(government of the people, by the people and for the people) with
their money. Buy out the Congress, the Supreme Court, state governors and legislatures and turn America into a vast plantation
that exists only for the benefit of the few at the top and their
lackeys who do the dirty work for them.

Fortunately, the American people had other ideas this time around
and the trillion dollars spent by Republican puppet masters
couldn't buy this election. Not yet.

But don't worry, they'll be back in two years with their billions of dollars.

.
Billy Ringo

New York, NY

#11 Nov 11, 2012
The Delegate wrote:
<quoted text>Nice of you to puke your thoughts azzwipe now get back on MOO's wide azz and ride cowboy!
So, you have no idea what happened to those 325 Etchy EV's either.
Let me give you a hint......... now, pay attention cupcake...

Etchy to US auto industry - go bankrupt, I will not help you.

Michigan and Ohio to Etchy - fook you, Twitt.

Follow that, cupcake?

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