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Discussion in 'Politics' started by Dragoon68, Sep 29, 2008.
Neal Bortz has a poll that proves McCain won the debate by a 67% to 5% count over Obama!
Who would have thought that a liberal guy like Neal Bortz would declare McCain the debate winner? Oh, wait...
Bortz is a Libertarian, not a liberal.
Got a link?
Surely you have a link to Neal Boortz having once supported a Libertarian candidate before changing to a liberal Democrat!
These are his favorite sources for information:
All Time Favorites
The Cato Institute.
A libertarian think tank, highly respected both inside and outside the beltway. Careful ... frequent visits to this website can cause you to start thinking about such things as freedom, economic liberty and individual responsibility.
The Heritage Foundation.
Along with the Cato Institute, another of the most respected think tanks in Washington. The website is extensive with references and resources on almost any subject pertaining to governance.
World Net Daily
This is a particular favorite. You can read my exclusive WND column every Tuesday .. along with one of the best collection of conservative columnists on the internet. World Net Daily is a prime source of talk radio fodder.
Media Research Center.
Nobody does a better job than Brent Bozell and his MRC staff on researching and illustrating the rancid leftist bias in our mainstream media.
Ludwig von Mises Institute.
Here is an excellent web site for those of you who want a deeper understand our the economic process, and the value of a free market economy. This makes for excellent browsing and is a good antidote to the nonsense you are getting in our media.
National Center for Policy Analysis.
The NCPA's goal is to develop and promote private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector. Topics include reforms in health care, taxes, Social Security, welfare, criminal justice, education and environmental regulation.
Advocates for Self Government
Do you have that gnawing suspicion that you just may be a Libertarian? Do you want the Imperial Federal Government of the United States to keep out of your economic AND your private life? Well, take the The World's Smallest Political Quiz on-line and you can figure out just where you really stand!
Americans for Fair Taxation
This comprehensive website will give you all the information you need on the Fair Tax Bill. Simply put, the FairTax replaces the way we're currently taxed - based on our annual income - with a tax on goods and services. The FairTax is a voluntary "consumption" tax: the more you buy, the more you pay in taxes, the less you buy, the less you pay in taxes.
These are not liberal web sites.
I agree with BB. I have always thought of him as a libertarian.
I completely agree that Boortz is a libertarian - not a liberal - and so stated. I like what he has to say on many issues but not all of them. Obama, on the other hand, is an absolute liberal among other things.
I used to go to Neal Boortz's website on a regular basis but then we parted ways when he showed himself to be such an adamant pro-continuing the Iraq War person.
That's one thing I really do like about him!
This is hilarious, who did he call? The people in the RNC directory? Good thing the janitor was on the list or there'd be no 5%.
One has to visit his website to vote in it. :laugh:
Whatever it takes to get a winning survey... :thumbs:
Now that's a fair and balanced poll. :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
You got the point, Ken, and it's about as "fair and balanced" as all the rest of them. It just depends upon who's asking, who's asked, and who answers. The only poll that will count is the election. We're all smart enough to know this.
The same can be said of the CNN poll can it not?
You don't think there is such a thing as scientific polling? If so, I disagree with you.