In defence of CNN: Michelle Malkin is nuts

Just not certified yet.

This story is on CNN – and one of the blogs linking to the story is this: CNN’s “overwhelming” Obama bias.

That is the usual drivel from Malkin – I am still debating whether he is a she or she is a he or something in-between – I really am not sure at all.

But all that said the CNN article is about their poll of polls – which, even to the layman, means nothing. It could be showing that Obama is ahead by 90 points – even that really means nothing at all.

It is the November poll that counts and people have to get out to vote. There is little time now in many States where people can register to vote – if you haven’t make sure you do, and make sure, come rain, sun, or snow – VOTE!

I really don’t care who you vote for, just vote – I would prefer an Obama vote that is a given but exercise you right to vote.

Monday’s CNN national Poll of Polls — incorporating our new CNN survey, as well as new tracking numbers from Gallup and Hotline taken October 3-5– shows Obama leading McCain by 7 points — at 50 to 43 percent.

President Bush may be part of the reason why Obama’s making gains. Only 24 percent of those polled approve of Bush’s job as president, an all-time low for a CNN survey.

McCain is said – with the help of certain polls to be the same as Bush – that is another given – he is, and his policies are the same. Even in the day when more economic gloom hits the markets McCain is sticking by the very few policies that he has – and that deregulation policy is come home to bite.

The year long spending freeze will come back to haunt him before the election is over – someone will ask McCain about that and what he really thinks will happen if he should be elected.

More Americans appear to have an unfavorable view of Gov. Sarah Palin, and that may also be helping Obama in the fight for the presidency. Forty percent now have an unfavorable view of Palin, up from 27 percent a month ago and from 21 percent in late August, when McCain surprised many people by picking the first-term Alaska governor as his running mate.

“A majority of Americans now believe that Sarah Palin would be unqualified to serve as president if it became necessary, and her unfavorable rating has doubled,” Holland said.

This is one thing we did know – OK, Palin may be a bit new – but the more that people are getting to know her the more they are disliking what she stands for – and she is the one who would take over if anything happened to McCain – and that is possible taking into account his age.

Think about who you are going to vote for in a months time. So much is riding on this election the ramifications could last a lifetime.

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0 Responses to In defence of CNN: Michelle Malkin is nuts

  1. pacer521 says:

    haha funny, she is nuts.

  2. Malkin, Coulter, and Canada’s own wannabe rightwing talkshow dingbat Rachel Marsden are so entertaining not only for their content but also delivery… until you realise there are millions out there who believe the crap they spew.

  3. Will Rhodes says:

    Oh I agree, Ian – I truly agree.

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