What Fresh Hell Is This?

September 22, 2008

Polled Again

According to the Rasmussen Reports website poll results will be released for Pennsylvania today at 6:00 PM.

I already know the answers given to the questions by Rasmussen.

OK, I already know the answers that I gave them yesterday. I'll be looking forward to seeing how my fellow Pennsylvanians responded.

I think it's time for Gallup to call me next.

UPDATE: From Rasmussen: "The race for Pennsylvania’s 21 Electoral College votes remains close, but Barack Obama is back on top.

The latest Fox News/Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state finds Barack Obama attracting 48% of the vote while John McCain earns 45%. A week ago, the two men were tied at 47%. Two weeks ago, Obama was up by two points."


John K. said...

John K: Now remember, I did not get polled this time. But others who think like me may have. And we are telling the pollsters that we are supporting Hussein Obama. Why? Because you can bet you ain't going to even talk about a poll unless it shows Obama in the lead. LMAO LMAO LOL LOL And I voted for Hillary also. LOL LOL

cathcatz said...

so, you're a registered dem? i believe i mentioned this before, and you never responded. in PA, one cannot vote outside their party during the primary.

and do you do everything that rushbo tells you to do?

do you really think that operation chaos has worked?

Bob said...

Hussein JohnK, nobody can think like you because you don't think.
You spout the opposite of whatever's posted on 2PJ. You're a moron and everyone knows it. LOL LOL

Infinonymous said...

The Pennsylvania race is close, but Rasmussen reports that Sen. Obama holds a three-point lead.

I expect Sen. Obama's lead to increase so long as Sen. Obama and Gov. Palin continue to visit Pennsylvania.

Anonymous said...

I'm not worried about PA.

Considering that gubernatorial races have shown that you can carry the state without winning the Western half or the T(you simply have to hold your own) McCain has an uphill climb here.

I know it's not entirely appropriate to transpose gubernatorial results to a Presidential election, but if you can replicate what Rendell did(winning approx. 15 of 67 counties), get decent margins out of Allegheny County(which Obama will carry and I suspect overwhelmingly) and some of the more Democratic Western counties thereby offsetting McCain's totals in the East, I think Obama has a clear path to victory.

If he wins the Southeast corner by huge margins(and Biden definitely helps there), he'll carry PA handily.

John K. said...

John K: I did not vote outside my party in the primary. I voted Democrat as I was registered. LMAO LMAO. Oh this is too funny. Cathcatz trying to now tell me how I am supposed to vote. LOL LOL Liberals and their issues with controlling other people's lives. LOL What's next cathcatz, trying to tell me how to answer the pollster? LOL

John K. said...

John K: I love this, Hussein Obama has a within the margin of error lead and the left now publishes polls. LMAO LMAO Shows how desparate you are. LOL

billrott said...

Please everyone, stop feeding the troll known as John K. Just ignore him and he will go to some other blog to lurk upon. It is clear that he is incapable of any rationale thought; otherwise he would have started his own blog opposed to lurking around on this one.

John K. said...

John K: Billrot, the truth hurts eh? LMAO LMAO You know I am right. LOL

cathcatz said...

awww.... but it's fun to poke the troll. i'm just doing my part to help socialize the less fortunate members of society.

ever heard the song called "online" by brad paisley? that's how i picture our friend john k.


pgher said...

Here is a really interesting (and long) post about why Obama will win Pennsylvania: