Imperius Curse Needs Improvement

by Mike on June 29, 2007

in Election 2008,Politics

According to a new Mason-Dixon poll, 52 percent of likely voters will not even consider voting for She Who Must Not Be Named in the upcoming election. Looks like someone needs to improve her imperius curse.

This comes as no surprise. SWMNBN is one of the least likable figures in American politics. Like her appearance, her policies are nothing short of frightening. She does not trust to people to run their own lives. She plans to confiscate more of our hard-earned tax dollars to fund more government programs that don’t work. She wants to nationalize the greatest health care system in the world. She wants abortion legalized at anytime for any reason. Her War on Terror outlook fluctuates with Barack Obama’s poll ratings. This socialist and shallow worldview is not something people are going to flock to.

Her policy positions are not marketable and her image is just as bad. She sounds like a banshee every other time she opens her mouth. She changes her accent from crowd to crowd. She tells whoppers regarding her biography. Over the years, SWMNBN has come across as an irritable phony and people are well aware of that.

Her problem at this point is that there isn’t much she can do to change people’s opinions of her. Although most people are afraid to speak her name, they know what her name is. More importantly, they know what she stands for. They know her history. They know her phoniness. Her unappealing public life is an open book and has been for years now. Because she has been known for so long, there isn’t much she can do to convince people to like her.

However, there is plenty of time for her to convince people that her opponent is somehow worse than she is. This will be difficult for her, especially now that her unfavorable rating is over 50 percent. It is still possible though. We Republicans need to be mindful of this as we select our nominee. She is in bad spot right now but she will not defeat herself. That is up to us.

This poll is encouraging news because Mason-Dixon is a reputable polling firm. Although they are primarily known for their excellence in polling at the state level, this nationeide poll is still valid. Their methodology appears to be sound. They sampled likely voters and their findings are not that different from Rasmussen who has an excellent track record at the national level.

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Chris June 29, 2007 at 3:21 pm

Earlier this week, I just finished reading Her Way and wholeheartedly recommend it. Written by Jeff Gerth and Don Van Natta, two former NY Slimes reporters, who by the way were slammed in a , it gives a good look into how calculating SWMNBN has been throughout her career. It re-examines a lot of the past, but it also introduces new material such as how she ran the cover-up response team in the 1992 election and how she feared indictment as a result of her ‘work’ with Rose Law. (On another note, Carl Bernstein’s new book mentions how she failed the DC Bar…and then went to AK, but I digress). Gerth and Van Natta also shine new light on the Algore SWMNBN rivalry and I continue to stand by my claim that if Algore jumps in, we will see WWIII in the Democrat Primary.

The most striking thing that the authors have expressed is her hypocrisy. One area I will note specifically is her embrace of feminism and her actions. One of the aims/objectives of feminism is that women can do anything men can do and women should be able to get there on their own. SWMNBN has not followed this as she has latched on to BJ throughout his life and used him for her own means (the book makes interesting note about a letter she wrote to him when they were in law school…less about love and more about their ‘plan’), despite the fact that he hasn’t necessarily been too faithful over the years. That is not the example to set for women and if I ever have a daughter, I sure as heck would not tell them to look to her as a role model.

I like that poll and I pray that Americans eventually get it.

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Chris June 29, 2007 at 3:22 pm

Earlier this week, I just finished reading Her Way and wholeheartedly recommend it. Written by Jeff Gerth and Don Van Natta, two former NY Slimes reporters, who by the way were slammed in a review by their former employer , it gives a good look into how calculating SWMNBN has been throughout her career. It re-examines a lot of the past, but it also introduces new material such as how she ran the cover-up response team in the 1992 election and how she feared indictment as a result of her ‘work’ with Rose Law. (On another note, Carl Bernstein’s new book mentions how she failed the DC Bar…and then went to AK, but I digress). Gerth and Van Natta also shine new light on the Algore SWMNBN rivalry and I continue to stand by my claim that if Algore jumps in, we will see WWIII in the Democrat Primary.

The most striking thing that the authors have expressed is her hypocrisy. One area I will note specifically is her embrace of feminism and her actions. One of the aims/objectives of feminism is that women can do anything men can do and women should be able to get there on their own. SWMNBN has not followed this as she has latched on to BJ throughout his life and used him for her own means (the book makes interesting note about a letter she wrote to him when they were in law school…less about love and more about their ‘plan’), despite the fact that he hasn’t necessarily been too faithful over the years. That is not the example to set for women and if I ever have a daughter, I sure as heck would not tell them to look to her as a role model.

I like that poll and I pray that Americans eventually get it.

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Ryan June 29, 2007 at 4:38 pm

I actually heard a Liberal today say that She Who Must Not Be Named would be better than any of the current crop of Republicans. I laughed and asked him to explain himself. He couldn’t beyond an anti-Bish diatribe. Then I asked him if Bush was on the ticket in 2008. Silence on that point. No one can really defend her given her nearly 100% ID, as this Lib didn’t defend her either, but rather changed the subject and bashed Bush. Issue deflection is usually a standard operating procedure for a Lib, I know, but the fact remained– he said nothing good about her policies, positions, integrity, personality, or political skills, only something bad about Bush. Also, I briefly heard on Rush today that Algore essentially cleared his schedule for the next six months. It could be a bad fall for the woman half of America will not vote for and only about 40% of her party even likes.

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