Wednesday, September 10, 2008

What world polls really mean

A poll came out this week that shows that most of the world wants Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) to win the U.S. presidential election.

All 22 countries covered in the poll would prefer to see Senator Obama elected US president ahead of Republican John McCain.

Some people think that means something. Of course, most of those are Obamacrats.

What does a poll like that really mean?

Well, let's compare it to another poll that shows something about another topic: the September 11 attacks

(T)here is no consensus outside the United States that Islamist militants from al Qaeda were responsible, according to an international poll published Wednesday.

Lots of people in other countries think the U.S. is to blame for ... or actually perpetrated ... the September 11, 2001 attacks.

Lots of people in other countries want Barack Obama to win the election.

The "Blame America" group and the Obamacrats have something in common: they are the same people; some are physically the same, others are fundamentally the same. But there's no real difference between them.

1 comment:

  1. The only poll which counts is the one taken on Tuesday, November 4 (Wednesday, November 5 for the Demoçrats). Until then, frak the polls!


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