New Stanek poll: "Will the Tea Party movement effect the 2010 elections?"

poll%20graphic%20correct%20size.bmpI have a new poll question up (lower right side of home page):

Will the Tea Party movement effect the 2010 elections?

Here are the results of my previous poll. MSNBC won the distinct honor of being the least trusted news source. Combined, all left-leaning MSM outposts garnered about a little over 75% of the vote, while Fox, the lone right-of-center news agency, got a little under 25%....

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Here were your votes. Interesting that so many of our International friends distrust Fox...

Click to enlarge to find your own brightly colored flag...

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As always, make comments to either this or last week's poll here, not on the Vizu website.


Comments:

I sure hope so!

Posted by: Luana at September 13, 2009 12:38 PM


what Tea Party movement?

Posted by: Hal at September 13, 2009 1:15 PM


what Tea Party movement?

Hal,

It's the movement protesting the national debt that your grandchildren and their children will be stuck repaying some day.

Posted by: Janet at September 13, 2009 5:18 PM


"Will the Tea Party movement effect the 2010 elections?"

The policies of the Obama administration coupled with the political tone deafness and spiritual blindness of the democ-rat leadership in Congress will have more impact on the 2010 elections than anything republicans or conservatives could say or do.

These leftist liberal humanist loonies are best recruiting tools conservatives have had since the House banking scandal.

Tens of thousands of groups of 100's of people marched on Washington D.C. and Rachel Madcow and Keith Blowharderman persist in referring to these people as 'astroturf' and political terrorists.

They remind me of Saddam Husein's spokesweasel, lovingly dubbed 'Baghdad Bob', claiming there are no american troops in Iraq while on a split screen CNN is broadcasting live feed of American tanks, amored personel carriers and Humvees convoying through the streets of downtown Baghdad.

Posted by: kbhvac at September 13, 2009 11:11 PM


Posted by: Hal at September 13, 2009 1:15 PM

"what Tea Party movement?"

---------------------------------------------------

You probably believe that OJ Simpson did not murder his estranged wife, Nicole.

You probably believe that the trail of the real murderers went cold on america's golf courses and OJ has sacrificed his freedom to go inside prison in an attempt to regain the scent of those who brutally attacked and killed Nicole and Ron.

You probably believe that Bill Clinton did not have sex with that woman ms. Lewinsky.

You probably believe that ms Lewinsky did not inhale Bill Clinton or his cigar.

You probably believe that algore invented the internet and the paper clip.

You probably believe that Hillary Clinton dodged sniper fire in Bosnia and was named after Sir Edmund Hillary.

You probably believe that the twin towers or the pentagon were not struck by airplanes, but were blown up by explosives planted by agents of our own government.

You probably believe there are no homosexuals in Iran.

Come on HAL.

Do a little digging around and you can come up with some aerial photographs of the Obama coronation and the 912 rally.

From the photos I have seen, the crowds looked pretty close in size.

HAL, have you turned into just another partisan hack who suspends his disbelief when it suits his fancy and embraces self delusion when reality contradicts your emotional attachment to your own fantasy?

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at September 13, 2009 11:30 PM


Definitly; they will not be alone, there's:

1. The arrogance of Obama

(witness: calling others liars while at the same time lying himself).

2. The arrogance of congress especially democrats but could apply to all

(witness: not wanting the 'public option' for themselves and being obfuscating at town halls if they even go).

Posted by: Andy at September 14, 2009 10:02 AM


Ken, I'm not a partisan hack, and in fact, our President has let me down a bit lately. Still, I'm not going to go nuts about it. Perhaps I can lead by example.

I don't get the anger directed at him. So, I poke a little fun.

All in all, life is good. Be happy.

Posted by: Hal at September 14, 2009 10:36 AM


HAL,

'All is NOT good.' 'All' of it is not a result of pbho, but his and his lackeys obstinate refusal to acknowledge the authenticity of those who disagree with them and their policies is breathtaking in it's magnitude.

Their 'let them eat [government cheese] cake' arrogance differs only in degree from the mullahs responce to hundreds of thousand of Persian muslims marching through the streets of Iran in protest to that regime.

The liberal humanists are as hungry for power and control as any proponent of sharia law and they pursue it with an evangelistic zeal that would make Mao both blush with shame and pale in comparison.

Are you so blind that you cannot see these ideologues have hijacked both liberalism and the democrat party?

Even Hillary Clinton is about to part ways with them, if for no other reason than to be associated with these 'revolutionaries' is to commit political suicide.

These 'progressives' [think progressive income tax which penalizes success and rewards mediocrity] are like kamakazi's except they are willing to destroy everyone esle who is on the plane with them.

Politics does make for 'strange' bedfelows, but hotbunking with these leftist loons is sleeping with the enemy of your soul.

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at September 14, 2009 11:41 AM


Oh man, you're getting worked up. Maybe you should turn off Fox News for a few days and enjoy the good weather outside.

Posted by: Hal at September 14, 2009 12:14 PM


HAL,

Worked up?

I am just indulging in my ususal hyperbole.

But it does not make what I have written any less true.

Just like your 'understatements' do not make what you write any more true.

Bottom line, "All is not well." All is not bad either, but any objective observer would have to conclude that things are worse and there is no indication that they are getting measureably better.....yet.

Should we agree to use the 'misery index' as our metric to determine how we are doing, at least in terms of economics?

yor bro ken

Posted by: kbhvac at September 15, 2009 9:05 AM