Wanted to start a poll but I can't so if anyone else wants to please steal this post and do so and I'll delete this one.
From the original post at http://www.democraticunderground.com/10021483342
All are pretty much on the same side here but there is still so much great discourse on just about everything from religion, guns, the last debate and a plethora of other subjects. Yet we still remain on the same side when it "all comes down to it."
I try to stay away from posts that I feel are polar to my opinion but I read them and enjoy the repartee that is bound to ensue (because of course my opinion is correct.) And I try to post things unoffensive to all but that never seems to work out.
I truly enjoy this forum in which like minded people can disagree and still get along. There's not much better fun than a good spirited debate.
God this sounds lame to me when re-reading.
Why in the heck are so many dissing Obama in this forum? I would expect support in the hopes of keeping Romney from becoming CIC.
And also bring a great boon to the steel industry from safes and anvils falling from the sky.
Per a study by several really cool top level universities.
This would greatly reduce the chance of lions, tigers and bears into the urban landscape as they all hate the idea of being flattened by large metal objects falling from the sky.
(sorry, it was just sitting there asking for it)
Breaking from two decades of tradition, this years election exit poll is set to include surveys of voters in 31 states, not all 50 as it has for the past five presidential elections, according to multiple people involved in the planning.
Dan Merkle, director of elections for ABC News, and a member of the consortium that runs the exit poll, confirmed the shift Thursday. The aim, he said, is to still deliver a quality product in the most important states, in the face of mounting survey costs.
The decision by the National Election Pool a joint venture of the major television networks and The Associated Press is sure to cause some pain to election watchers across the country. (For a full list of the states that wont have exit polls scroll to the bottom of this post.)
Voters in the excluded states will still be interviewed as part of a national exit poll, but state-level estimates of the partisan, age or racial makeups of electorates wont be available as they have been since 1992. The lack of data may hamper election night analyses in some states, and it will almost certainly limit post-election research for years to come.
There's more at the link.
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