Friday, June 8, 2012 12:38 pm
What do we know about Wisconsin?
... We used
to know that the race was head-to-head according to polls.
But it was
never head-to-head; Walker won by 7 points. So what do we know now?
1. We know that polling lies; about 5% or so. Please find for me the numerous statistical errors where the Republican was accidentally 5 points ahead of the actual count. There arent any; not in my lifetime.
2. We know that the Democrat candidate thug knew the exit polls were a lie. Otherwise he wouldve gotten a judgeocrat to hold the polls open and an amazing number of dubious creatures all astonishingly with the same municipal building address wouldve turned the tide. He didnt do that; therefore, he knew.
The 5% is what the communists think they can get away with. A nominal value; some elections are worth / can withstand larger lies. Its like my own 5% penetration notion, that new technical fads evaporate after some portion of the population has actually used the thing and discovered its worthlessness — the whole gamut of things, from facebook to twitter....
Lying Democrat polls have a comparable fudge tolerance; generally they feel up to 5%ll be justifiable as the legendary honest mistake. ... If you believe them. Its really an estimate of voter credulity; that is, how many times we can be fooled.