Thursday, March 17, 2011

Some Good Electoral News

From Public Policy Polling:

"We've found a lot of brutal poll numbers for Sarah Palin so far in 2011: down in South Dakota, down in South Carolina, down in Arizona, only up by 1 point in Texas, only up by 1 point in Nebraska to name a few. But this has to be the worst- independent voters say they would support Charlie Sheen over Palin for President by a 41/36 margin. Seriously

...Sheen is one of the most unpopular figures we've ever polled on."

But not as unpopular as the good ol' Quitta from Wasilla.

Hope you got a laugh out of that.  We don't get much good news these days.


Shaw Kenawe said...

I made a bet with a friend that Palin would self destruct within a couple of years.

After the 2008 election, she had the momentum and dedicated followers that would have carried her forward to be the nominee for the GOP in 2012, but she didn't have the lacks self-discipline and the ability to know what she doesn't know. Essentially, she's a beauty queen contestant who got lucky in politics in a sparsely populated state.

I'm glad her 15 minutes are finally over.

mastercynic said...

And Republicans would vote for Sheen over Obama - so what? The question is will the American people support the fascist wave of "tea party" government sweeping the state houses of Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio and others? So far they haven't managed to curb the results of voting against their own self-interests in the last election.