Skip to comments.Inside Politics -- Not so 'undecided'
Posted on 11/21/2007 7:22:16 AM PST by 3AngelaD
All six "undecided voters" who questioned Democratic presidential candidates during Thursday night's debate on CNN have been identified as Democratic activists, according to directorblue.blogspot.com. CNN had touted the "undecided" questioners as "ordinary people," but they actually were a Democratic Party bigwig, an antiwar activist, a union official, an Islamic leader, a staffer for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and a radical Hispanic separatist....
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Finally its getting some traction.
Maybe they could just state that XXX-42 is a "former president" when they bring him on as a debate analyst in the general election.
This Pierce guy deserves a raise.
The story is getting some traction!
Ping - The story is getting some traction!
"CNN identified her only as a member of the First African Methodist Church and not as a director of political affairs for the Democratic Party of Arkansas. Spencer was also associated with the Kerry-Edwards campaign and a member of the Arkansas Democratic Delegation in 2004. But she's just another ordinary citizen, just like you or me." Snort.
Thanks, letâs ping the blogster too. Good to see it get some play in the papers
DIRECTORBLUE for Buckhead Award!
And I forgot to say we should, never, never forget what sacks of very bad stuff are in charge at CNN. I never believe a word said there without independent confirmation. If CNN said the sun rises in the East, I would get up early to make sure. Rush Limbaugh had a very funny piece about the CNN and the DNC calling Wolf Blitzer and offering to let him have his private parts back. As if.
Like Rush has been saying for a long time, the MSM just cannot get away with this kind of stuff anymore, but they’re too stupid to realize it. Still.
OK, that last part about stupid was my own observation, but it’s true nevertheless!
To Cheat, Lie, Steal or sell their sorry soul for power.
Whoever did that is a dingbat.
I cannot stand those debates in the general election where they have undecided voters ask questions. Not one of them comes from what sounds like a conservative background. Most of them ask what is government going to do for me. The Republican candidate is always put at a disadvantage. In fact I am surprised the GOP agrees to these debate formats time after time. It will be the same in 2008. I don’t like the single moderator system either, but that is another topic.
I also change the channel as soon as they have “focus” groups come on, or panels of so-called undecided voters. Many of them just sound like they are not too bright. And if they still are undecided despite the clear choices presented to them, I say they should stay home on election day.
You know, the ol’ computers have a mind of their own scenario.
The other day I saw it in a headline for a thread. BUMP this thread!
Excellent. Thanks for the note.
Well that may not be exactly true. LaShannon Spencer may be undecided about which democRAT she is going to support...so she’s still an “undecided”
I understand that when the average person thinks “undecided voter” that it means that even Lyndon LaRouch has a chance in their mind. That they have not chosen a party or a candidate.
When it comes to CNN, Vin Gupta (InfoUSA polling) and the Clintons it is one big incestuous family.
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