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Here's a New Poll...

07 January 2015 - 06:56 PM

http://publicmind.fdu.edu/2015/false/

 

42 percent of Americans believe that U.S. forces found active weapons of mass destruction program in Iraq. Republicans are more likely to hold this belief than Democrats: fifty-one percent of Republicans think it’s “probably” or “definitely” true that an active program was found after the 2003 invasion, with 14 percent saying that it was definitely true.

 

Another commonly held false political belief concerns the president. Despite six years in office, and the release of his long-form birth certificate, 19 percent of Americans say that it’s “definitely” or “probably” true that President Barack Obama is not legally a citizen of the United States. This belief is most prevalent among the president’s opponents: 34 percent of Republicans think it’s likely, along with 22 percent of independents, and just seven percent of Democrats.

 

Media choices seem to play a role in this belief, as well. Thirty percent of Fox News viewers say that Obama is “probably” or “definitely” not a citizen, and another nine percent say that they do not know. In comparison, only 13 percent of CNN viewers, and seven percent of MSNBC viewers say the same.

 

smfh

 

 

 

 

 


Winston Going Pro

07 January 2015 - 11:06 AM

http://espn.go.com/n...aft-father-says

 

Didn't his father just say the kid was going to announce his decision after the Championship game?

 

Maybe Winston's father has as much trouble sticking to a story as his son...lol...

 

... or Florida State whispered in his ear, "Maybe leaving for the league is a good idea since we've called in every favor we have to keep you on the field and out of jail."

 

 

 


Section 123 Row 17: 2 @ $100 each

03 January 2015 - 09:59 AM

PM me ASAP and I'll give you phone number of seller who is driving to Charlotte for the game.


There Was This One Play.... Little Help?

29 December 2014 - 11:24 AM

Relatively early on in the game, Cam broke from the pocket and ran up the middle for a just a couple yard gain and did one of his patented awkward non-slide falls. The Falcon LB (Bartu?) planted both his knees into Cam and actually had his calf/shin on Cam's helmet. On slow-mo replay, the guy put all of his weight on that leg on the side of Cam's helmet when he got up, his right foot came off the carpet.

 

Cam got up and had some words with the guyu and looked like he was going after him, but backed off.

 

Will this be looked at by the league? Possible fine? Or just forgotten about... until next year's first game.


Grossman Chooses Surfing Over Browns QB Job

24 December 2014 - 10:01 PM

http://www.msn.com/e...fing/vi-BBh9h1b

 

Rather than sign a deal to play for the Cleveland Browns for a single game, Rex Grossman plans on a kite surfing trip to Florida...