Look at the graphs in today's Iowa debate
Aren't the graphs kind of telling viewers how to think?
And i'm sure the graphs are deceptive too
While i was a student i worked at a call center calling people for surveys, we were told to ask questions and not clarify what the question meant
because we might inadvertently give our opinion on the topic which might alter the person's response.
This is light years ahead of that in terms of deception
I think it would take an awful weak minded person to be swayed by what a room of 20-30 people think. Listening to what Ron says and then seeing the
reaction of said people shows just how out of touch those people are.
Besides thinking that the particular graph on Ron Paul was utter BS, I hav to wonder what the purpose of this "graph" is to begin with. Modern, I
agree with you on this one... I was watching FOX yesterday when they pulled out this "graphing" device and all I could think was, "What the hell?"
I like when they do the texting poll or call in poll. There were 2 times where Ron Paul won twice in a row and Hannity couldn't stand it and started
saying that people were cheating and there was no possible why you can cheat on those polls.
Of course Ron Paul won. He's about the only conservative actually running! Gods, Fixed Noise sucks. I refuse to watch that bile. Sure its funny
watching them go on about Saddam with WMDs that are invisible or were moved to Iran or... "Cut his mike!" Because the guy said 2+2=4 not 5 like
the Bush Adminstration has been spouting for 6 years.
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