View Full Version : Mitt the Twitt.

09-21-2012, 05:42 AM
How many gaffes do you have to make before you disqualify yourself from the supreme office?

How many times do you have to insult<span style='font-size: 20pt'> half the population </span> before you disqualify yourself from the supreme office?

Before the last election, FOX and the GOP tried in vain to portray Obama as one of the elite!

Mittens is the <span style='font-size: 20pt'>super elite</span> but Fox ignores this fact, as does the RW media.

As do the RW wingnuts on this forum.

Classic Fox. They disavow their own poll.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

watch it (http://crooksandliars.com/news-hound-ellen/fox-friends-pay-no-attention-our)

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">After Fox News released polling results that were dismal for Mitt Romney, Fox's Gretchen Carlson advised viewers not to consider them as “real sincerity.”

In a write-up about the poll, the only plus for Romney FoxNews.com’s Dana Blanton seemed able to find was that “among voters who are ‘extremely’ interested in this year’s election, the races are much tighter.” Significantly, Blanton didn’t say that “extremely” interested meant any more likely to vote.

Predictably, Peter Doocy reiterated the “extremely interested” talking point on Fox & Friends this morning by suggesting – without coming out and saying – that they were likely to impact the vote. He said, “Once you isolate voters who are extremely interested in the election, the race is much closer.” Then he moved on to relay Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan’s bus tour schedule.

A few minutes later, the curvy couch crew revisited the polling. Brian Kilmeade said peevishly, “The polls don’t reflect the waves of publicity and these (recent) news stories.” He was referring to Fox's big non-bombshell of Obama's 1998 "redistribution" comment.

Carlson put in her explicit vote of no confidence in the poll:

I think one of the first times we should look at the polls in real sincerity is after one or two of the debates. Because hopefully the two candidates are going to be talking about the issues that the American people want to hear about and hopefully the questions will be fair to both parties and hopefully the American people will be able to decide who they want to run this country. Then I think the polls may actually reflect what we’re hearing from the two candidates when they’re standing on the same stage and they’re being asked the same questions


The poll does not fit our narrative so we want you to know rhat our OWN poll must have been fixed!!!!!!! </div></div>

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Gayle in MD
09-21-2012, 08:03 AM
Mr. "Fix it" Can't fix his own campaign!

Afraid of the women on The View? How's that for strong leadership, LMAO!

Did you hear about the Fox, and their absurd, recent attack on the PresidentPirate lie? Took a picture from a spoof clip that the president made for the W.H.Correspondent's Dinner way back in 2009 and they put the picture up and then suggested that the President could meet with the Pirate, but didn't have time for NetanYAHOO!

Hours later they admitted the mistake, HOURS later! /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/crazy.gif

Have you ever seen so many soft ball questions from David Gregory as when Mitt the twit was on Meet The Press?

And people yap about a Liberal Media? It's BULL!