Skip to comments.5 Tips on How You Can Accurately Monitor Voter Sentiment [title shortened]
Posted on 10/20/2012 1:45:44 AM PDT by thecodont
Today I thought Id give you a little real-time training on just how much great information YOU, too, can collect by spying on lefties Facebook pages and also monitoring entertainment websites to see what Democrat talking points are saturating the public in that moment. The key is to monitor entertainment sites (like EW.com, People.com, AintItCool.com, and Deadline.com) instead of political sites like Daily Kos or Democratic Underground because the latter are really not representative of anything that would be seen by the general public. This is actually true of conservative sites too, which are also only read by people really interested in politics so while I read these for information and enjoyment myself, I know that the average person on the street has no idea whats going on at Breitbart.com or on DrudgeReport today. They do, however, know all about whatever the entertainment sites are covering and what Im interested is seeing what political points hit the radar of those who really only follow pop culture (and, of course, what these people then say in comments on those articles).
What the lefties do on Facebook is probably a news cycles or two ahead of what the Ministry of Truth will churn out as Democrat propaganda in the future. It looks like the Left uses Facebook to test a lot of their talking points out and then its all moved onto MSNBC and the New York Times when they see this stuff is effective. Facebook is like the Lefts new focus group test kitchen which is marvelous because you, too, can use this as a resource to gain valuable insight into these people.
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Kevin is a good dose of kick in the pants!
All this is nice and all but what I want to know is, does he still support Hillary as Pres and does he think she has been a failure as SOS. If he does, than he should change the name of his website.
Very useful information, and thanks.
One thing that rankles me, though, and no offense meant to the author of the article, but the term “gay” is also a word used hide the negative connotations inherent in homosexuality. I avoid using “gay” when noting homosexuals, or their leftist agenda, for the same reason the author uses lefties instead of liberals.
All this is nice and all but what I want to know is, does he still support Hillary for Pres and does he think she has been a success as SOS. If he doesn’t, than he should change the name of his website.
The word "gay" is constantly used by true homophobes who cannot stand the word homosexual.
Or admit they are homosexuals.
To paraphrase: "Homosexuals, to thine ownselves be liars."
However, I find that while reading both conservative and liberal sites stimulates my thinking, attempting to read something like "people.com" or watch something like "Entertainment Tonight" causes my brain cells to die off by the thousand.
My interest in "celebrity news" is actually negative. When I learn a factoid about one of these drones I make a positive effort to expunge it from my mind.
The word "gay" is a politically correct attempt at covering abhorrent, disgusting behavior.
I'm old school and just call them queers. 'Cause they are.
...he (Kevin DeJuan) has mentioned that after seeing how the Democrats operated in the 2008 primaries (when he was supporting Hillary), he has decided never to vote Dem again.
He hasn’t said much about Hillary lately but he sure loves Sarah Palin!
I find I have a blind spot for the celebrities. I just don’t register their presence on the page.
I also have no idea who most of them might be. The names do not ring a bell at all and they all look alike.
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