"My state [Illinois] has non-partisan registration, so I am not registered as anything. I vote for Democratic candidates the majority of the time (though by no means always). This year, I have been a supporter of Barack Obama". With respect to the impartiality of his electoral projections, Silver stated, "Are [my] results biased toward [my] preferred candidates? I hope not, but that is for you to decide. I have tried to disclose as much about my methodology as possible"
Originally posted by muse7
Nate Silver is not biased at all
Originally posted by Rastus3663
reply to post by OccamsRazor04
People that actually think. Darden Foods claims it is laying off employees and cutting hours in certain locations because they can't afford the cost under Obamacare; yet they have been granted a waiver that does not expire until 2014.
Why don't you do some research? You can check out the list of companies at the HHS website; though you'll have to do a bit of digging.
As most surveys show Obama and Romney locked in a virtual dead heat, Gallup finds that the Republican would win by a comfortable six percentage points if the election were held today.
Originally posted by Tazkven
reply to post by hououinkyouma
Romney's business model is outsource, outsource, outsource, to this day Bain is still following his business model to the letter and that's why at the end of this year we are losing another 180 American jobs to China ... Not because Sensata was losing money but because they can make more by importing ...
And exactly how many middle class jobs did Obama outsource to China?
Originally posted by hououinkyouma
reply to post by Tazkven
Romney leave Bain Capital in 2002. Sensata was bought in 2006.edit on 31-10-2012 by hououinkyouma because: (no reason given)