A New Can Of Worms
25 September 2004
Found this at the INDIANapolis Star
Poll: Few Indians asked offended by 'Redskins' name
"Only 9 percent of those polled said the name of the NFL team is "offensive," while 90 percent said it's acceptable, according to the University of Pennsylvania's National Annenberg Election Survey, released Friday."
Funny, I didn't see anything here on it...Nothing here either...
Save the Chief; fire Turner.
23 September 2004
Daschle To Support Bush Tax Cuts
Ah,... election years... where Democrats have to act like Republicans to survive...Who says my side isn't winning?
My Way News notes that the Sen. Minority Leader will support extending the Bush tax cuts to save his hide.
21 September 2004
Who Says the Two Don't Mix?
AK-47 creator launches vodka
20 September 2004
Bush is Vulnerable at 50+% While Hot Rod Isn't
Kevin McDermott writes that:
"A new poll for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and The Pantagraph finds that Blagojevich, the state's first Democratic governor in a generation, has a solid base of support halfway through his first term. More than half the respondents -- 53 percent -- rate him as 'good' or 'excellent.'"
...Just a thought...
Keyes behind 3 - 1
Obama has big lead on Keyes according to the Bloomington Pantagraph. One of the reasons cited is a pretty obvious one:
"But even more respondents -- well over half -- simply don't like Keyes. In fact, the percentage of respondents who have a 'favorable' view of Keyes (22 percent) was smaller than the percentage who said they hold 'no opinion' about him."
Yesterday's poll results on Bush-Kerry undermined the CBS 2/WBBM poll showing Bush closing the gap. The Post-Dispatch-Pantagraph Poll had Kerry 15 points ahead of Bush in Illinois. Like the WBBM poll, I'm skeptical with this one, too.
The Kerry lead suggests the campaign is frozen in Illinois, but the trend in other states and Nationally have shown a Bush tilt. My guess, Kerry by 9 points in Illinois...