Principles and Policies Podcast for 11/3/2012- A Potpourri Of Election Bloviation

Our Principles and Policies radio show for Saturday November 3, 2012. Barry Sheets and Chuck Michaelis do a wrap-up on the pre-election chatter and discuss the usual federal court outrages, blatant voter fraud, campaign tactics, polling (and what they may or may not mean), alleged polling experts and the silliness of their positions and an analysis of who is viewed by the electorate as the better candidate on certain key issues.

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2 thoughts on “Principles and Policies Podcast for 11/3/2012- A Potpourri Of Election Bloviation”

  1. I quit predicting the results of elections. I have been wrong so many times. It makes you look bad when you are wrong. You underestimated vote fraud and voter stupidity.

  2. Matt,

    How right you are! We got suckered by the numbers like everybody else. We assumed that the independent vote going to Romney was going to be the margin of his victory. Fact is, the margin of victory was in who DIDN’T vote for Romney. That’s in a show we’ve done but isn’t posted yet. Trying to get these up in the next day or two.

    Let’s just say that the abuse of Ron Paul supporters during the primary process and at the convention was a failed strategy. Listen to the podcast for the details.

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