Talk about a weasel of a political survey group.
If you look at that website today, it looks totally unbiased and even touts itself that way on its home page. That page is TOTALLY DIFFERENT from the way it originally appeared Wednesday night, when it listed the following political views (among others) …
- They are for the repeal of “ObamaCare.”
- They will “fight to defeat anyone who supports class warfare (to interpret, conservative-speak for any effort to bring tax levels on the highest-income Americans back to Clinton-era rates).”
- They are opposed to “placing an unfair extra tax burden on a select group of Americans (the richest 1%).”
- They are for the reform of Social Security and encouraging Americans to just support themselves through their own means.
My lovely wife is my witness. I showed her the exact content of the survey’s website before the original article was posted. And now it appears that Political Opinions of America is covering its tracks.
That telemarketing call just gets more interesting.
The number of views on my original blog post about this has been wild, the reaction to it has gone beyond anything I imagined it would be. People have been finding my post on this by Googling the following:
- 253-382-9076 (with 22 views on this one alone)
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I do believe I’ve hit a nerve at Political Opinions of America. Who knows, maybe I single-handedly forced them to change the tone of their website because they WERE biased, and blatantly so? Could it be?
By the way, it does appear that “Megan,” the lady who I talked to about the free cruise to the Bahamas, lied to me after all. This is a scam. No surprise there. Now, how legitimate is Caribbean Cruise Line? Hhhhmmmm? Can anyone answer that? Bueller? Bueller?
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