Polls showing Barack Obama pulling away in swing states like Ohio and Florida illustrate American media bias against conservatives, right? I mean, everyone has known for quite some time that television news and big national newspapers favour leftists, but now it looks like most national polling organisations prefer leftists too. They obtain their obviously-wrong results by purposely oversampling Democrats, and they think Americans won't notice, and bet that Republicans will respond to their propaganda by staying home on Election Day because they think Mitt Romney can't win or, even worse, by curtailing their contributions to Romney's campaign. Fortunately, conservatives haven't been taking this polling assault lying down, and unskewedpolls has assembled proof that Romney has this election all but sewn up. Massaging Rasmussen's assumptions and techniques has produced great and welcome news for Republicans. Now, The Truth Is Out There.
Or would "I Want To Believe" and "Trust No One" be more accurate? Sure, realclearpolitics, which usually leans right, may show Obama 4 or 5 points up on Romney, but they've been averaging socialist lies with more accurate polls, so what does anyone expect? As for Nate Silver's fivethirtyeight blog showing Obama running away with this election, how can he predict anything before Obama and Romney debate? He writes for The New York Times, for heaven's sake. And his explanations of why some predictions fail tells us more than he intended.
But all that propaganda has had its intended effect. Even Dick Morris calls this race "a toss-up"! He wants Romney to win, like everyone else on Fox, but can't bring himself to embrace reality because he has been beaten down by left-wing numbers. Americans have had enough of dependency and socialism, and have been rallying to Romney's side ever since he finally embraced conservative principles and started calling out America's Freeloadin' Forty-Seven. Now, if only Romney will stand by his conservative principles when he debates Obama, starting on 3 October, what could possibly go wrong?