Friday, October 23, 2009

Poll Results 10/23/2009

The low participation in our most recent poll showed me that you are tired of the subject, but that’s OK.  Here are the results.


Several choices were close, with troops home from Iraq taking #1, clean energy #2, and the restoration of human rights in the US and convicting Bush regime leaders tied for #3.  I paid little attention to other for reasons that will become obvious.  Here are the comments left, newest first.

Showing comments 1-7 of 7.


From I suppose he could... on October 22, 2009 at 10:07 am. 

Resign. Oh crap, Biden...we're screwed.


From New order on October 22, 2009 at 10:00 am. 

1. Eliminate all aspects of cap and trade

2. Support the troops in Afghanistan - NOW, not after some election whose results will still be suspect.

3. Don't censure the media by having so many meetings behind closed doors (don't have longer meetings with select media regarding your image then you do with your Generals who have pressing needs).

4. Surround yourself with some advisers with experience and insight not yes men and women whom you owe favors -- Washington DC is NOT Chicago, man up.


From Seriously ?!!! on October 22, 2009 at 9:53 am.  

As an attorney I am impressed with your ability to covertly slant a question to this extreme --- I'm shocked it doesn't slide off the page, TO THE LEFT of course!

You would see a clearer picture if you opened your right eye too - let's you focus on things in front of your face, say in the middle or center, not waaaaaaaay over to one side.


From Bottomless Pit on October 22, 2009 at 9:46 am



From Kevin Kelley on October 21, 2009 at 10:21 am.

I would think that it is of most importance to focus on paying off the national debt.


From paul on October 20, 2009 at 6:05 pm.

Fix the imigration problem !!


From Dustin on October 17, 2009 at 6:00 pm

Step down and let Ron Paul fix the last 30 years of big government mess!

A couple of the comments are actually reasonable.  Paul and Kevin offered reasonable suggestions.  Just because I do not agree, that does not make their opinions less valid.  I trust that Dustin is sincere, although I think that the devil will go ice skating at home before his candidate has a serious chance of gaining the presidency.  The top four comments with votes for other all come from one person.  My tracking software logs IP addresses, so I was able to determine that easily.  This person also has a right to his or her opinion as well, but consider the source.  This person found Politics Plus dong a Google search on the health insurance company exemption from antitrust laws.  The person’s IP address belongs to an insurance company in Amarillo, Texas.

I voted for clean energy, because a major climate change could destroy everything we are working to achieve.  Do you care to discuss your vote?

There’s a new poll up on Net Neutrality until the beginning of next month.  Don’t forget to vote!!

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