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Posted in How many answers are there to a Yes or No question? on 2006-06-10 01:52:24

In case of elections, then yes, you are either for it or against it.

I guess I should have been more specific as I was refering primarily to opinion polls.

I would venture to guess that the majority of "serious" opinion polls, those done by the mainstream media and think tanks, are more interested in getting support for there agenda, rather than finding out what people actually think.

Online opinion polls seem to be even worse, and not just on misterpoll. Newsmax, for instance, will often ask questions in their polls where I would prefer to answer Maybe, Meh, or Mu, but they don't have those options.

Another thing, which I forgot to do in this poll but will true to do in all future polls I create, is have a question at the end that asks:

Do you think this was a fair poll?

or something to that effect. Would Good be a better adjetive? Or something else?

Or maybe ask it in a "negative" form, as in:

Do you think this was a biased poll, or find any of the questions to be leading questions?

Posted in Choosing a President for the USA on 2006-06-02 00:19:39

American citizens, does the present system allow good people to stand for the Office of President?

I think in general, politicians are scumbags, and the higher up you go in power, you find a higher percentage of scumbags, as well as an increase in scumminess. I believe to even be considered a "serious canidate" for President, you have to be a complete and total scumbag.

American citizens, would you like the present system of selecting candidates and electing the President to be changed?

I would like to see less power in the hands of the President, and in the federal government in general. Would I like to see the system change? Well, that would depend on what it changed into. Those who say "It can't possibly get any worse" are tempting fate.

American citizens, should the citizens of a democracy be held accountable for the actions of their elected President?

Generally no, but they should be held accountable for their own actions. If you support the actions of a criminal and/or traitorous President, then you helped enable those criminal acts.

But it is difficult when most citizens of any nation act like sheep to even pay attention, let alone do something.

America citizens, are you aware of any detailed proposals for reforming how Presidential candidates are selected?

Not really. A lot of the problem lies with the DNC and RNC stranglehold over politics in this country. Another problem is most people are not aware of what their politicians and government are doing. And since the Democrats and Republicans control the system, they are unlikely to make changes that will cause them to that control.

Take my polls... please.

Posted in Election 2008 for Republicans on 2006-06-01 23:51:09

And after you spell check....

Take my poll on John McCain

Posted in Conservative or LIberal poll on 2006-06-01 23:48:48

I think there are at least 5 potential answers to a yes or no question:

Yes No Maybe Mu Meh

I even created a poll on this very subject:


Posted in Its Rudy or Hilary on 2006-06-01 23:27:23

I will probably vote Libertarian in 2008.

But I would prefer death to Rudy or Hillary.

Take my poll on John McCain

And just out of curiosity, anyone out there listen to Hasidic New Wave?