Saturday, November 25, 2017

Just For David And His Bogus Master of Divinity

It appears the voters of Alabama may be much smarter than the US media and David's oleaginous mates.

Alabama's special U.S. Senate election is less than one month away and a new poll shows Republican nominee Roy Moore holding a solid lead over his Democratic opponent Doug Jones.
In a poll conducted by Sky Research on Tuesday Nov. 21 among registered Alabama voters, the results show Moore with 46.7 percent support to Jones' 39.6 percent. 13.7 percent of voters polled remain undecided. With a margin of error of 3.1 percent, Moore maintains significant lead over Jones, but the undecided voters could swing the election either way.
When asked "Do you consider your political views to be more in line with the Republican or Democrat party?," 62.3 percent of 1,059 respondents identified as Republican, while 37.7 percent Democrat.

MEMORANDUM TO: Major Donors and SuperPAC DirectorsFROM: Rick Shaftan, Atlantic Media and Research @shaftanRE: Survey, Alabama 11/18-21DATE: 11/22/17 Atlantic Media and Research completed 623 surveys of Alabamavoters who had participated in both the 2014 and 2016 general elections and said their chances of voting in the December 12th special election for U.S. Senate were "definite" or "very likely."
The theoretical margin of error is +/- 3.9 percent in 95 percent of cases at a 50 percent response level. All calls were made by live operators to both landlines and cellphones from our facilities in Rodanthe, North Carolina.43 percent of respondents were reached on cellphones and 27 percent are identified on the voter file as being African-American. The project was completed at the request of several major SuperPAC donors.
SUMMARY Republican Roy Moore holds a 43-40 lead over Democrat Doug Jones under a "worst case" weighting scenario where younger voters turn out at a level equal to that in the 2014 general election. Moore led 43-37 in the raw data. Both candidates have high negatives. Roy Moore has a favorable rating of 31 percent and an unfavorable rating of 39 percent. But Jones is also a net negative, with just 32 percent viewing him favorably and 35 percent unfavorably. These numbers are a bigger problem for Jones than Moore, however. While 88 percent of Jones unfavorables are voting for Moore, Jones is only able to win 75 percent of Moore unfavorables, while Moore still holds 8 percent of their votes.





7 comments:

David said...

Well I *NEVER*

Whoduthunkit?

A bunch of racist, religious, deplorables supporting a racist, religious, lying, deplorable.

No surprise that Adolf would endorse a liar.

However, I don't think that oleaginous means what you think it means, seems to be a far better definition of yourself.

exaggeratedly and distastefully complimentary; obsequious.
"candidates made oleaginous speeches praising government policies"


That fits you to a "T".

David said...

Adolf, it is good form to admit to editing an error, not try to pretend you never made it.

It seems you are still representing I made a claim I did not. Go back and re-read my post and my reply to your misunderstanding.

I am an ordained Minister in The Universal Life Church, but I do not hold, and have never claimed to hold, a Masters in Divinity.

You, on the other hand, seem quite OK with supporting a racist, lying, rapist just because he wears the right label.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

David I was not referring to you but apparently you'd fit quite well. Go back and read your own rant.

Ordained in Universal Life but chose Universal Death apparently.

Adolf Fiinkensein said...

Further to above. Never an original thought in his mind. Losers' vocabulary straight out of the handbook of the biggest loser ever. You'll be very happy together in the Martha's Vinyard news agency.

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Adolf Fiinkensein said...

An ordained minister eh? The Universal Life Church eh?

"Universal Life Church is an advocate of religious freedom and offers legal ordination to become a minister free of charge.[3] The ordination process states that anyone can become a minister by filling out a form that includes a legal name and valid address to be entered into the church records.

As of early 2009, ULC was sending out between 8,500 and 10,000 ordination certificates each month. Between 1962 and 2008, it sent out almost 18 million worldwide.[7]"


Couldn't make it in the real world so joined a cult of nutters? David, if you ask them nicely they might even give you a Masters Degree.