Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Michael Moore's Advice to Barack Hussein

From the new issue of Rolling Stone, How the Democrats Can Blow It...in Six Easy Steps by Michael Moore:

"For years now, nearly every poll has shown that the American people are right in sync with the platform of the Democratic Party. They are pro-environment, pro-women's rights and pro-choice. They don't like war. They want the minimum wage raised, and they want a single-payer universal health-care system. The American public agrees with the Republican Party on only one major issue: They support the death penalty..." (Read the entire 'article')

I thought I'd do Mike a favor and be his editor for an hour or so, since Rolling Stone obvioulsy didn't afford him one...

"They are pro-environment."

A recent poll done by ABC News, Planet Green, Stanford University poll concluded that a majority of people find environmental issues only "somewhat important." And that more than half say that a Presidential candidate that is an environmentalist will have little effect on how they choose to vote. (source)

pro-women's rights

A CBS poll concerning the Women's Movement showed that most women think the movement itself has elevated their status, BUT that the word feminist had a negative connotation and less than 24% would use that label. (source)

pro-choice

Ina July Quinnipiac University Poll, only 19% of participants believed that abortion should always be legal. In a June 2008 ABC News/Washington Post Poll only 35% believe that abortion should be Legal in Most Cases.

Don't like war.

Americans are "such pacifists" that in a July New York Times/CBS News Poll elucidated the cold, hard fact that "The Economy Trumps the War, by Far" (source)

They want a single-payer universal health-care system.


The majority of polls that I could find showed that Americans think they pay too much for healthcare. I agree, but that doesn't mean I support socialized medicine...it means I think lawyers are out of control and need to be stopped. Polls also showed that 64% believe that "government should ensure healthcare for all", but that also doesn't mean they think the government should pay for it and (worse yet) run it. (source)

...I won't even get into the fact that this supercilious moron included "denouncing Michael Moore" as one of the six things that could cost Obama the election.

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