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    65% of Americans think Hillary Clinton would make a good Vice President

    Hold onto your hats, folks: "The poll also found that 68 percent of Americans think Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would make the best Democratic vice presidential candidate if Joe Biden doesn’t remain on the ticket next year." - Source

    That's right: 68% of Americans. Not just Democrats.

    So, if you think Obama appointed her because she'd make a good Secretary of State, think again. The anti-gunner herself is Obama's ace in the hole.

    Question is, how do we fight the dynamic duo, er, duds? One thing's for sure: Given the fact most Americans support our Second Amendment and their right to keep and bear arms, we have GOT to make dang sure we tie her anti-2A position to her at every turn of the hat, whether in conversation with others, message forums, posting replies to online news articles, letters to the editor, and suggestions for more pro-2A news agencies,
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    Is staying on the ticket for vice president Bidens choice or can President B.O. say "It's time to go Joe"?

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    In other news, 68% of Americans received free lobotomies lady month courtesy of Obamacare.

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    65% of Americans are retarded? Oh, had to re-read it... Still... I'm not surprised to learn that 65% of Americans are retarded...
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    Hey, 52.8% of Americans who voted in the last presidential election thought that Barack Hussein Obama would be a good choice for president.

    Go figure!
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    When liars figure, figures lie.

    I was polled soon after Clinton first took office in the spring of 1993. The first question the interviewer asked was, "May I speak to the youngest male voter in the home". He never needed to say anything else because immediately it was obvious the poll was slanted. I could just imagine the headlines after the poll results were tabulated;

    "75% of male voters....."
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    These poll stories crack me up. This was a poll of 1012 adults from all over the country; meaning they may have interviewed one adult from each state, then the remaining from Chicago, San Fran, NY City etc. In other words, it has no significant meaning; however, there are many people that will read the headline and never read anything else about it, then follow the herd.

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    I gave up on polls years(20) ago. Not just because you can have a poll with the "proper" wording and phone list say anything you want. It was when I started to pay attention to how many people were polled. "They", a company in Chicago I believe, will ask 1000 people a question and then determine 250 million people feel the same way....doesn't add up in my book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbaron007 View Post
    These poll stories crack me up. This was a poll of 1012 adults from all over the country; meaning they may have interviewed one adult from each state, then the remaining from Chicago, San Fran, NY City etc. In other words, it has no significant meaning; however, there are many people that will read the headline and never read anything else about it, then follow the herd.
    I find it funny when they claim mid high 60s for anything favoring the far left considering Obama was elected by ~52% of the votes. There is evidence of fraud in that election and many conservatives didn't vote because McCain is conservative only when compared with the far left.
    Don't believe any facts that I say! This is the internet and it is filled with lies and untruth. I invite you to look up for yourself the basic facts that my arguments might be based upon. This way we can have a discussion where logic and hints on where to find information are what is brought to the forum and people look up and verify facts for themselves.

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    I'm just hoping that when she does run, enough folks remember all the bodies she has buried ... er, skeletons in the closet ... and the fact that she has put up with a "womanizing, draft dodging, pot smoking SOB" and what that says about her character, or lack thereof.

    I may think Michelle is no more than trailer park trash, but Hill is too much of a priveledged rich b*tch for me and I wonder where else her fingerprints will show up, aside from the handprint on Bill's face after he told her about Monica (there wasn't enough makup to hide that from the cameras ) At the very least, she has demonstrated that convience is her modus operendi.
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    The figures and conclusions are probably cooked.

    There is no way 65% of Americans think Hillary would make a good VP.

    I'm betting the report is just an attempt to demoralize readers everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by since9 View Post
    Hold onto your hats, folks: "The poll also found that 68 percent of Americans think Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would make the best Democratic vice presidential candidate if Joe Biden doesn’t remain on the ticket next year." - Source

    That's right: 68% of Americans. Not just Democrats.

    So, if you think Obama appointed her because she'd make a good Secretary of State, think again. The anti-gunner herself is Obama's ace in the hole.

    Question is, how do we fight the dynamic duo, er, duds? One thing's for sure: Given the fact most Americans support our Second Amendment and their right to keep and bear arms, we have GOT to make dang sure we tie her anti-2A position to her at every turn of the hat, whether in conversation with others, message forums, posting replies to online news articles, letters to the editor, and suggestions for more pro-2A news agencies,
    The rest of us think she is more dangerous than the current resident in the White House because she is smarter, more ruthless, and has more political savvy. I don't care much for him but better the light weight moron than a smart scheming devil in a pants suit,

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    73% of statistics are made up on the spot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by since9 View Post
    Hold onto your hats, folks: "The poll also found that 68 percent of Americans think Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would make the best Democratic vice presidential candidate if Joe Biden doesn’t remain on the ticket next year." - Source

    That's right: 68% of Americans. Not just Democrats.
    That's just the fluoride talking.

    If the majority of Americans weren't brain-damaged by the mercury in their vaccines, the residual mercury in the high-fructose corn syrup in their soft drinks, and the fluoride, urnanium, and other heavy metals in their drinking water, and the cocktail of psychotropic drugs they are prescribed by their "physicians", they could make a rational decision. It's not really their fault...
    It is our cause to dispel the foggy thinking which avoids hard decisions in the delusion that a world of conflict will somehow mysteriously resolve itself into a world of harmony, if we just don't rock the boat or irritate the forces of aggression—and this is hogwash."
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    Folks, that number of people did not say she would be a good VP, only that she "would make the best Democratic vice presidential candidate".

    As someone who is unlikely to vote D, if they poll me I'd pick the person I like least. Much like the states with open primaries where R's vote for bad D's and vice versa.

    Besides, I don't think Ron Paul was going to pick her no matter how she polls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen View Post
    The figures and conclusions are probably cooked.
    Probably not. I wouldn't trust Vanity Fair to count their painted nails, but the researchers at 60 Minutes are very good. If you'd like to ask them for a copy of the poll, including their research methods, just e-mail them: 60m@cbsnews.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen View Post
    The figures and conclusions are probably cooked.
    I don't know about cooked......but it is a random poll. After looking at the poll, it actually only showed Hillary gettting 43%...not sure where 65% came from.

    Remember, this poll also asked how long should you continue to use the free wifi at a Starbucks after completing your coffee; 30+% stated you should use it as long as you want.

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