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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Conservatives Maintain Edge

CONSERVATIVES MAINTAIN EDGE

22 comments:

guy faulkes said...

Once again we see those on this blog lead the way. We have been saying that being a conservative has nothing to do with what party you belong to and warning the Republicans about being Democrat lite sense way before the primaries.

Liberal POV said...

Know Nothings

http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2009/10/23/cnn-poll-gop-favorable-rating-lowest-in-25-years/

This is a great example of how the conservative propaganda machine shapes your prospective.

"Thirty-six percent of people questioned in a CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Friday say they have a favorable opinion of the Republican Party, with 54 percent viewing the GOP negatively."


Do the math.

guy faulkes said...

POV, once again you use flawed daa. The data you used was obtained by asking about specific people and then determining whether these people are Republicans or Democrats. The data is flawed in several ways. The first is that being a Republican does not make you conservative just as being Democrat does not make you liberal. Take for example, McCain and Snow as Republicans and the Blue Dogs as Democrats. The discussion was about liberals and conservatives. The second is that Some people would have a positive or negative rating for other issues than whether they wee liberal or conservative. This negates the summation of the poll. The third is that it ignores liberal vs. conservative totally. It is a poll on the popularity of
people.

If you wish to used flawed data, feel free to do so. I personally will use scientific data as supplied from Rasmussen and Gallop.

A perfect example of the issue is Palin not endorsing the Republican candidate in New York and several prominent Republicans following her lead. They have endorsed a Conservative candidate over a Democrat lite Republican. Maybe the Republican party is finally starting to learn.

D. Webster said...

"...about being Democrat lite sense way before the primaries." -Faulkes

"Sense?" And you had the gall to correct Liberal POV's posts?? What a loser you are!

Sarkazein said...

D.Webster-

One is a typo, the other isn't.

Sarkazein said...

That's odd, D.Webster jumps in after a million or so comments by others, to show his brain power in identifying a typo. Hmmm, sounds a familiar tone.
Will the real D. Webster please stand up....Shys???
Somethings never change.

guy faulkes said...

Good catch D. Webster. I am a very poor typist and am not very good at spelling either. I make many mistakes. Thank you for pointing out my error as this will help me in the future.

I never claimed to be perfect, but hope that I am usually coherent. Sometimes POV is not. At least I try to learn from my mistakes.

Does anyone else find it difficult to proofread themselves? It is very difficult for me as I see what I am thinking instead of what I am reading.

Sarkazein said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbZJVp2hf-I&feature=player_embedded


Now that's entertainment!

Liberal POV said...

Guy

" It is very difficult for me as I see what I am thinking instead of what I am reading."

I've been known to have that problem. It's been pointed out here more than once. I can't remember who had so much fun with it.

guy faulkes said...

POV, I do not have fun with your linguistic and logic problems. I was offering constructive criticism.

Wolf''s Head said...

Once again we see LPOV showing her inability to address an issue directly, and instead trying to confuse the issues rather than debate them.

Equating "Conservative" with "republican" is mere misdirection. With the Conservatives constantly bashing the republican spineless morons, and Bush in particular, you would think that anyone with a shred of sense would realize that the old tactic of labeling everyone not a flaming liberal as a "republican" is a waste of their time and ours.

With scathing comments made by Limbaugh on his program yesterday about the stupidity of the republican party you would think that the dems would realize that the republicans aren't their enemy, they are their allies, and that Conservatives alone offer reason in this time of madness.

Liberal POV said...

Wolf

During the last Admin. which I consider both Republican and conservative.
Two wars were started both were unfinished six years later and most western nations rejected our reasoning for going to war with Iraq.
We lost an American City while he President was not only on vacation but misinformed about the extreme damage more than the average American citizen.

The Number of scandals during the last Conservative admin were too numerous to count.
Chart here http://www.bidstrup.com/decency.htm

or here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:George_W._Bush_administration_controversies


Most Americans lost over half of their life saving under the conservative Admin of Bush Cheney.

Million lost their jobs due to Conservative political failure.

Hundreds of millions saw their health insurance double during this conservative admin other lost their Health insurance altogether.

Gang violence and drug use greatly increased during those years Bush Cheney years.

Society began to unravel under conservative leadership.

Prisons became the number one growth industry. Dick Cheney even had ownership in a for profit prison.

Torture and human right abuse under this conservative admin shamed all real freedom loving Americans.

guy faulkes said...

I would answer your incorrect rants, POV, but they have all been disproved before. You really need to get some help with your information retention disorder.

D. Webster said...

"Somethings never change."
-Sarkazein. You meant to say, "some things." Thanks for the laugh, Mr. Pomposity.

Sarkazein said...

Shyster- your welcome

guy faulkes said...

D.Webster, please keep correcting our typos and poor spelling. Not only will this help us in future posts, it is nice to finally have a liberal preform a useful function. (I assume you are a liberal as you appear hostile as is usually the case with liberals. You have not made any statement other than critiques of spelling along with the usual personal attacks favored by the left.) This endeavor will also give you something to do until you find the courage to present an opinion in a discussion.

If you are going to participate, you might as well play with the big boys rather than standing on the sideline and watching. Please join the discussion.

Sark, I do not think Mr. Webster is Shyster, although he might be. He seems more like BB except he appears to be to well educated.

Sarkazein said...

Guy Faulks-

You could be right. Let's see if his massive intellect picks up on "your welcome". Shyster did the "samething" to distract from him reaching the end of his politics and history knowledge at the speed of light. But, you are right...a liberal is a liberal.
So if it is Shyster, don't expect any political opinion, he ran out. If it's BB, at least he can correct spelling, although I remember his eras while correcting others.
But, I don't want to send him in to a flit.

Sarkazein said...

UNITED NATIONS (AFP) – US drone strikes against suspected terrorists in Afghanistan and Pakistan could be breaking international laws against summary executions, the UN's top investigator of such crimes said.
"The problem with the United States is that it is making an increased use of drones/Predators (which are) particularly prominently used now in relation to Pakistan and Afghanistan," UN Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial Executions Philip Alston told a press conference.///

Time to bring Obama to trial, he's a war criminal.

guy faulkes said...

Time to bring Obama to trial, he's a war criminal.

That is one option. Another is to get out of the U.N. and throw the U.N. out of the U.S.

Either or both would be a positive result.

Sarkazein said...

Biden too, he is the brains behind the increase in drone/Pedator strikes. Some of these guys they exploded never even got a trial.

BikerBard said...

Liberal POV:
Don't you understand? You need to use accurate daa. Use this daa correctly, and maybe Faux will stop correcting your posts. Maybe he will stop using his own flawed daa. But I doubt it. He thinks his daa is the only correct daa to use. LOL & keep up the fine work, Republic Panty! LOL!

guy faulkes said...

That's right, BB. Attack me instead of making a point and backing it up. This typical liberal tactic is often used when they have nothing of value to say.