Covering the primaries extensively Tuesday night, Moulitsas rambled on about the usual moonbattery. 'All conservatives are racists.' Heard it. 'O'Donnell's inexperienced and dumb.' Heard that too. But taking a step outside of his usual delusions, Moulitsas decided to insult the founder of the nation's most accurate polling service, Scott Rasmussen.
Rambling about the election of Christine O'Donnell, Moulitsas took a step back and decided to take Scott Rasmussen on. I'll quote him here and provide a picture of his post so you don't need to go to his site and give him unnecessary traffic.
Talking about the primaries, Moulitsas wrote, "Tomorrow we'll have general election matchups from PPP in Delaware and New Hampshire. And I'm sure Rasmussen will have O'Donnell ahead by 17 points, Ayotte by 34, even though he was too chickens--- to poll the primaries." I added those three dashmarks.
Here's the actual post. Since we're a family site, I've blurred the word in question:
the link if you want to go to his site and see it for yourself.
So let me get this straight...Rasmussen Reports did not do polls on several primaries (though he did polls on many) so that means he is biased? Or that means he's a "chicken----?" Or that means he will automatically put O'Donnell and Ayotte in front? I'm sorry, but I don't understand insane logic (and hopefully you don't either).
Apparently Mr. Moulitsas is unaware of Rasmussen Report's accuracy. Either that or he is utterly aware of it, and thinks that by smearing them, he can discredit them.
Sorry, Moulitsas, the only person you discredit is yourself.
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