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mgr Donating Member (616 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri May-06-05 04:15 PM
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42. Your subliminal argument might have merit
Edited on Fri May-06-05 04:16 PM by mgr
If the intense partisanship between the parties suggest that individuals of one party's persuasion avoid interaction with individuals of the other party, then anything that might bring an interaction would be avoided. The thing that shocked me (and woke me up) was the intense and hateful rhetoric of day time radio about three years ago. I don't know if we have the same rhetoric on our side, so there may not be as strong a sense of animus to wards republicans by democrats, as there is by republicans to democrats. So if republicans view a poll taker as possibly liberal, this animus that has been ingrained into them, may be the factor.

Right now its speculation as to why, but that a pattern exists; and that apparent pattern serves to obscure any means of addressing fraud through the exit poll. What Febble argues hurts my agenda far more than TIA's.

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