Registered: Feb 2007
09-20-12 10:41 AM
Quote from Tsing Tao:
An interesting exercise (well, at least it was for me).
I took the most common posters here, sans the obvious trolls (and no, I didn't dictate who was a troll by who I have on ignore or something like that, I merely considered CONTENT). If you wish to add some folks, do your own list.
From top to bottom, with the top being the most liberal/left/progressive and the bottom being the most conservative/right wing (overall, not just fiscal/social alignment). I included myself.
If I left someone out, I apologize. I tried to be comprehensive. Just speak up and if you're interested, I'll put you someplace in the list. This is just my view, so if you don't agree, just post your own!
Max E. Pad
nutmeg (on a list all his own for randomness)
so youu listed me as a left winger. I want you to reconcile my osts wity your aasserton that i am a left winger. here's a cut an paste to get youstarted.
Quote from hughb:
In California, we don't see any campaign ads. The candidates come here for their fundraisers, but they all know California will vote for the Democrat in the election.
There was a pundit from Bloomberg on Washington Week in Review a couple of weeks ago and he believes that Mitt should run a "high road" campaign with no negativity. I strongly disagree - Mitt should attack and he should do it fiercely. If the major networks aren't running news stories about Mitt's negative campaign ads, then he isn't campaigning hard enough. He has got to attack, over and over again, on "you didn't build that". He doesn't need to take it out of context, he doesn't even need to add any commentary to it at all. just showing the President admonishing business owners to kiss government ass will be enough to turn enormous amounts of people against Obama. "You didn't build that" should be the cornerstone of Mitt's campaign. Right now the polls show that it is too close to call. You guys claiming that polls show either candidate as winning are just full of shit. If Mitt attacks, he wins. If he doesn't, he loses. I really think it's that simple.