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    Push Operation Demoralize aside

    Push Operation Demoralize aside

    Averaging turnout models over the last four 2-year cycles, gets different results in the polling than the doom being peddled by Operation Demoralize.

    I don’t know if it’s right or wrong, but given that Operation Demoralize is in full swing, anything that keeps spirits up for the final push through the finish line is a good thing:

    At this point, nothing less than an all-out final push is acceptable. The polls don’t matter. Even if we are ahead, push. Even if we are behind, push.

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    Doug Wright | November 1, 2012 at 6:47 pm

    Let me repeat the three keys to success this election season: GOTV, GOTV, GOTV! Of course,that rule only applies to conservatives voters. But, then that three key formula applies to not elections held on November 6th, but any national election held on any date. 🙂


       
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      Henry Hawkins in reply to Doug Wright. | November 1, 2012 at 6:59 pm

      You got it. Turnout is everything. What value a pre-election poll showing you up 20 points if your supporters don’t vote?

      In 2010 the people voiced a very loud and clear Oh HELL No to the Democrats, motivated almost entirely by detestation of Obama and his policies, which hurt the entire Democrat ticket. Well, it’s not 2010 anymore, it’s 2012, I’m told by pundits, but this time, unlike 2010, Obama himself is on the ticket and I suspect the people will be voting real loud and clear again.


     
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    CalMark | November 2, 2012 at 1:09 am

    Let’s just hope that the widespread reports of voting machine — ahem — malfunctions (but ALWAYS in Obama’s favor) don’t steal this from us.

    Words cannot begin to express my loathing and contempt for the Democrats.


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