posted on Aug, 11 2011 @ 11:34 PM
Now at the end of the debate they told everyone to go to their website and vote on who you thought won the debate. The poll was active for about an
hour and a half and Ron Paul was leading it by atleast 3000+ votes. Now the poll is gone with no mention of why. Now I ask why would you create a poll
to only have it active for an hour an 30 minutes and then remove it without even showing the results?
The last debate was hosted by CNN and if you remember both polls on both the CNN and Fox News websites resulted in Ron Paul on top. Those polls were
left on both websites into the morning where both morning shows told the exact opposite. Some even going on to say that Paul had 0%! This was
obviously a contradiction to their own websites showing him on top.
So I have to ask now where is the poll? Where is the results of the poll?
It seems the orignal poll was infact removed from the website while another was hidden by taking it off the front page less than 2 hours after they
told everyone to go vote. There was an actual link to vote which no longer exists. The question remains why would you take the poll down and then not
list the other on your front page less than 2 hours after the debate? You just told everyone to go vote on it! The poll that has been found is not the
same poll because the original poll was on Topix and it had a map (link below). Something is definitely odd here...
Link to a picture of the original poll: imageshack.us...
Link to the actual poll that was removed from their website: www.topix.com...
Link to a 'FOUND' poll: www.foxnews.com...
edit on 12-8-2011 by e11888 because: (no reason