These public opinion polls do not specify exactly what opinion is running high for Obama. In a Texas grade school, the teachers passed out a picture
of Obama's Head, attached to a cartoon figure in jam shorts, slam dunking a basketball.
Also circulated among the 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th graders was a McCain head pictured attached to a cartoon body, holding a teddy bear, and sucking his
The Obama caption read, 'The Obamination'. The McCain caption read, 'Little White Teddy Boy'.
The class was asked which figure was more hip. But there's a hitch. The children were rehearsed to answer, 'The Obamination'. The students who
answered, 'Little White Teddy Boy' was more hip, were immediately placed on Amphetamines for ADD/ADHD, turning them into vegetables, and their
parents were required to attend secular humanisitic reeducation classes, provided by the NEA.
Only the answers of, 'The Obamination', which is actually derogatory if you catch the play on word, 'Abomination', were counted in this public
opinion poll. Because children seldom lie for no reason, each child's response of high opinion for Obama, was recorded as equivalent to 1,780 adult
But this poll wasn't even polling voters, and the high opinion of Obama was based on slam dunking a basketball, with a cartoon body.
In fact, Obama is not leading in any legitimate poll. I got a call, and this pollster asked me:
Which do you prefer, Obama as president, or global nuclear holocaust?
I asked if there might be another choice; maybe working cleaning toilets 18 hours a day.
No such luck, so I answered, 'Neither'.
This thing was like a hundred questions long. Here's another one:
Would you rather vote for Obama, of see a marked increase in violent crime?
Again, I said these two options are not mutually exclusive.
To which the pollster answered:
That isn't one of the choices. Would you like to choose, 'I don't know'?
I said, 'I don't know'.
He said, 'Is that your answer?'
'I don't know.'
He said, 'I need to know'.
'I don't know.'
'If you don't tell me, I'm going to slam this telephone in your ear.'
'Threats ruin the element of surprise, which slamming down the phone requires, if it is to be effective retaliation.'
'We haven't gotten to that question yet.'
'Here's my answer: Republicans vote on Tuesday November 4. Democrats vote on Wednesday November 5.'
The pollster said, 'Thanks for letting me know that. I'm planning to clean my room Tuesday, and it will really help if I can vote Wednesday.'
I said, 'The best part of all is: I guarantee you won't need to wait in line'.
'Oh, goody goody gum drops. Your my favorite person I've done this poll with. I'd like to touch you. Could you send me a photo of yourself on my