Tuesday, March 11th, 2008
There are 1 or more people commenting on this blog that are purportedly University of Western Florida students. Responding with comments to my posts is ok. Disagreeing with me is ok. Trying to take over this blog is not. If you need a platform for your agenda, start your own blog. History 101 and the Iraq War Prerequisites: some fundamental knowledge of 20th century history. Closest analogy to Iraq war in past 100 years, World War II. Topic 1 – The Iraq war is costing a lot of money. ThereRead More
I have had a poll regarding Hillary Clinton’s chances for winning the democratic nomination for several weeks. This is not a scientific poll. The numbers have been very interesting and seem to echo the primary voting and other polls. This is a national poll with small responses. It will be interesting to see how the change in this poll correlates with the results of the Mississippi democratic primary. The current results, Tuesday, March 11, 2008 are: Yes 38.2% No 55.9 % Too early to tell 5.9 % CNN is reporting Obama Read More
On March 10, 2008 I posted the results of my informal, unscientific, poll: The current results, Monday, March 10, 2008 are: Yes 38.7 % No 54.8 % Too early to tell 6.5 % I did not realize when I posted these numbers that they almost exactly match the CBS poll of February 25. CBS Poll: Obama 54% Clinton 38% Here are the latest poll results from 2 leading pollsters: Mississippi democratic primary American Research Group Obama 54% Clinton 38% Rasmussen Obama 53% Clinton 39% Interesting numbers. Coincidence?