The Polls Has Spoken
Well, this year is the year of the republicans! According to the polls and surveys, dependence is on what people’s mind frame will be like in November. The democrats have their work cut out for them this coming fall and, how they play their hand will determent the outcome.
I had seen many polls that shown factual results and many that were very inaccurate with representing data that it made candidates get too careless. Putting too much stock into the factual data of polls can discourage a campaign or encourage it. Many polls had made candidates change their tactics for the best, and some for the worse, no matter how you look at it, polls hold a great influence.
In the year of 2006, every poll had Hillary Clinton as the front-runner for a sure victory of winning the White House and Barack Obama as the lease likely to make it out of the primary. Well, today Barack Obama stands before the world as the President of the United States, “Boy what a difference time makes!”
Polls come from all types of sources that gather data through asking certain questions that range from all aspects of today’s environment. The hyperbole is that it actualizes one’s thinking with what standard individuals hold on a particular subject than contextualize the outcome of a certain group. Many times the methodology of a poll can persuade the thinking matter of a demographic and change the psyche of the average person.
Example: Let’s say that they took a poll on shark attacks, and the outcome turns out that more sharks attack dark-skinned people more than light-skinned people. If both complexions of people go to a tropical island where they do shark diving, the darker person will panic from that friendly exhibition dive, before the lighter person would while facing the sharks. Coincidentally, the brain works by a paternal seed of information that dictate its behavior even when we’re not participating the outcome, in terms will form intentional occurrences.
We live our entire life being a subject of our environment that concludes the judgmental attitude that delivers the action we execute in everyday life. People are vulnerable to making crucial mistakes without intentionally meaning to do so; I guess this is what makes us human. That vulnerability is what the polls thrive from and is what causes people to vote according to certain dynamics of information that is wrongfully espoused to the public.
I am a strong believer in seeking out the truth before I take on a lie, because when you know the facts the lies has no meaning. The Republicans have lost respect for the average Joe when they became the party of no. They had advocated that people wanted to be on unemployment because they are lazy and, cutting taxes for the rich would somehow magically cure our economic woes. While suffering the poor to pay for the tax cuts they want to give to the rich.
Those of you who want to believe in an economic theory that didn’t work under President Reagan and Bush is just being Pollyannaish about the whole ordeal. We know that somehow we need to bring our fiscal expenditures under control; meaning balancing the budget for the next twelve years while paying down the national debt and, on the other hand, we must stimulate the economy to get it moving again a task that seems unattainable in tenet. We must remember how we got here before we can drive our way back to financial viability.
Much as rich people would like to believe, they are not the economic heart of the economy’s stability. The middle class is what holds the soul that moves the heart and keeps the flexible momentum between the lower and upper class of people in this economy. The middle class is the pipeline that funnels the true flow of capital from one enterprise to the other enterprise of people because of their ability to interact on both ends. Shut down the middle class and you cause static in the economy sending panic throughout the whole system.
The middle class is too rich to be poor and too poor to be rich making that phenomenon a perfect apparatus for the transfer of capital. “Any economist that differs is only selling you a bag of hot air.” Because the distribution of wealth can’t form at the top to the bottom, it must form at the bottom and work its way upward, a proven method of a strong economy. How did the rich get rich? It started with risk, losses, restraint, ideas, marketing, investment, and attributes from regular folk’s acquisitions. Banks gives loans because of the massive shares of stockholders who don’t even realize that they are stockholders. Anytime you put your money in the bank holding an account, you are actually a stockholder of that bank, “believe it or not!”
They use that money for shoring up their loans and providing huge interest on the returns called profit. They in return of making a huge profit from the interest give you their stockholder pennies in return to their dollars and, it depends on your minimum balance you maintain with them. All of it is one big scamming system that preys on the middle class and divides us from becoming one powerful entity of hope. That’s why Obama mesmerized so many people because he gave them hope of changing a broken system instead; he fell to the standards of that system. President Obama has many good policies for America; his problem is he got many bad handlers of those policies.
President Obama’s administration mishandled the structural message and distribution of the stimulus package, causing a nonchalant effect even though it stifled a tumbling economy. The stimulus package was not large enough to sooth the aching belly of this economy’s hunger for a more robust stimulus relief, undermined the credit it should have gotten. Now again, we are being bamboozled by the Republican Party on the true nature on the geographic of the polls. What, they aren’t anticipating on is the sleepers, the group of Obama and Democratic voters who lay dormant until Election Day. The voters who haven’t participate in the surveys that prompted their polls; they are the people who really are the voice of America. They come out in drove speaking through their votes and not just through a whole lot of showboating; like the lights of Glenn Beck and Sarah Palin the true underdogs of this fight.
Vote for the party who has put in a day’s work and show some kind of interest for a better tomorrow. The Republicans have no agendas or interest in seeing this country restored and they definitely will not want to see it happen under President Obama’s watch. They have an old saying, “They rather cut off their nose and spoil their face,” before they participate in restoring this country under the Democrat’s leadership. This is the biggest violation of our Constitution that they swore to uphold under any circumstances and assure the due process of the people’s work. The blatant obstruction the Republicans had shown of our democracy is grounds for arrests.
Nevertheless, don’t be roper-dope by the poll numbers advocated by people who wants Obama to fail, be more concern about getting yourself out to vote. Though the polls have spoken, the results depend on do we want our middle class to be secured or do we want it to be abolished by the Republicans that’s the seriousness of these elections. Get your kids who are old enough to vote and carry every senior by car to the polls, because we have to keep the Republicans from destroying the middle class. That’s the MMO.
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