Saturday, April 29, 2006

Be Very Afraid II

Americans use polls for everything. The funny thing about polls and the statistics that validate them is the number of participants, called the "universe", used to draw conclusions. Day to day, many polls use a Universe of as little as 1,000 to tell us how we believe and who is going to be our next President. And the statisticians wax poetic about the "error" rate of 3 to 4% from the actual "presumed" belief of the majority of Americans. Great weight is given to these polls by our leftist propagandists in their attempt to sway the debate in their direction. They do it mainly by the words they use in the questions asked.

So the polls of many of the contentious issues of the day are manipulated by the media and their in-thought collectivist servants in the polling community who are not above shading the poll for a buck. However, when more important issues come up, the universe is expanded and the error rate goes down. For example the monthly unemployment rate is a sample of 60,000 households and its error rate is about 1%. Many on the left dispute that poll while religiously trumpeting the results of their micro polls.

So when I woke this morning to read my collectivist AOL news (I can't avoid it as it is the pop up home page), I find the following tragedy of an article and poll.

Gypsy Taub, a mother of three from Oakland, does not believe that 9/11 happened. At least not the way the government said it did. A Russian immigrant Taub is one of a growing number of people in the USA who are using the Internet, college campuses and pamphleteering to get the word out.

A new film being downloaded from the Internet says the Pentagon was hit by a missile fired by the military as an excuse to go to war.

Talk About It: Post Thoughts

What do you think of 9/11 conspiracy theories?
They're outrageous 74%
They're valid 26%
Total Votes: 88,741
Note on Poll Results

Although this is not a scientific poll, it is better than almost all. To this point 88,741 Americans participated. You read the question, it wasn't slanted, they merely asked what do you think about conspiracy theories such as the missile being fired by American Military at the Pentagon on 9/11 used as an excuse to go to war.

Folks, 26% of the people believe this outrageous nonsense. The collectivist, especially the communist and socialist wing of the Democrat Party and their minions in the media and academe, have deceived Americans into believing pure unadulterated treasonous lies that have created a culture of anti-Americanism that is a really big threat to the American way of life.

On May 1st., the leaders of this treasonous movement will be out in force; leading poor, uninformed and unsuspecting illegal aliens in their massive boycott in an attempt to force the majority of Americans to break the foundation of our beliefs; law and order. That is the first law of the communist manifesto, break down the beliefs of your opponent so they internally implode. And who do we have to thank for this most unpatriotic, anti-American, treasonous movement? Why, 26% of us. 26% that drank the kool aid.

But primarily thanks to the left-wing of the Democrat Party, 95% of our media and 90% of our "illiterate, illogical and unprepared" academe for this tragedy. May the Second Amendment never be challenged. Our enemies are attempting to defeat us without a shot being fired. We need the "Court of Last Resort" now more than ever; 26% of us are totally insane and bent on destroying the exceptional society we live in.

Dick McDonald

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1 comment:

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