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The Weblog at The View from the Core - Wed. 10/29/08 06:32:37 PM

The Critical Factors in the Presidential Election

I think it all boils down to this: will Barack Hussein Obama's comrades in "community organizing" be able to produce enough fraudulent votes to offset the number of Democrats who absolutely will not vote for Obama and absolutely will not say so?

It should go without saying — but I'll say it anyway — that polling simply cannot account for these factors.

P.S. There is another, related, factor too, especially when it comes to polling: how large is the number of Democrats who would never, ever vote for a Republican and who would also never, ever vote for a Black and who, of course, would never, ever say so? This, too, I think, cannot be accounted for by pollsters, no matter how much they might claim that they "factor" that into their results.

The number of "undervotes" for president — that is, the number of ballots that have votes for down-ticket offices but not for the presidency — is going to be unusually high, I'd bet.

Lane Core Jr. CIW P — Wed. 10/29/08 06:32:37 PM
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