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  • Y'all are still amazed by the polls being wrong? Amazing. People have learned to lie in polls, especially exit polls. Over 10 years now and gettting worse. I would just to mess with the main stream media. It is funny that people think the main stream are so much smarter than the citizen.  I was asked locally back in the 80's and I told them it is none of your business, the election was not over yet.

    But then, I talked to a lady I went to high school with the other day.  She asked me who I was voting for Obama or Hillary, her remembering that I WAS a Democrat and raised in a Democrat household. I told her neither one and I am waiting to see who was going to win the Republican primary. She had no idea anybodyelse was running for president and did not know any of the names of the Republican candidates I mentioned to her. Luckily she said she may not vote this time.
    Honest and true story, cross my heart.

    January 9, 2008 at 6:02 p.m.

  • Victorianbybirth, I don’t know what I did to impress you, but thanks anyway.
    I guess people who dislike the media enjoyed the egg smeared all over their face.
    All the polling data, talking heads,and blogs had a double-digit loss for Hillary.
    The polling data was right on the Republican side, except for Mike Huckabee. Most thought Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, or Ron Paul would come in third.
    Corpus2008 don’t be fooled by the noisy conservatives ,because they do speak their mind in Victoria Texas and Democrats are still a little gun shy, but I look forward to reinforcements…….lol

    January 9, 2008 at 1:22 p.m.

  • Mike you have impressed me.  I almost commented last night on the polls, even the exit polls, being wrong, but since we had a nice exchange yesterday, I thought I would let that dog sleep.   I admit that even though I don't put much stock in polls I was surprised because the exit polls were so wrong.  I am glad she won for the same reasons you stated.  The Republicans will be down to the wire.  At least it will remain interesting.   

    January 9, 2008 at 12:41 p.m.