Sunday, November 13, 2011

Ron Paul Dominates CBS Poll After Tonight's Debate, CBS Completely Removes Poll Results

Ron Paul dominates the voting in CBS' poll over who won tonight's Republican debate, CBS completely removes any signs poll ever existed from website.  Sound familiar?  LOL.
You would think these execs would learn and simply not put up online polls in the first place.
Yup, that plan sure is working for ya so far...wonder if you can get Paul's name to simply disappear from Republican Primary ballot boxes as well?

CBS takes things one step further and writes in its Winners & Losers summary of Saturday's debate on foreign policy that polls indicate Paul's policies have limited appeal. 

Thankfully as always, we have the evidence of what the polls actually stated, which is that CBS' policies have limited appeal.

And CBS' take on Paul's debate Saturday night:
Ron Paul: Paul is able to provide the biggest contrast with his rivals when he discusses his opposition to U.S. military intervention abroad and what he sees as civil liberties violations against U.S. citizens, and this debate gave him a chance to hit those notes repeatedly. Paul was passionate about issues like his opposition to waterboarding: "It's illegal under international law and under our law," he said. He also called it "immoral," as well as the U.S. government killing U.S. citizens who are suspected of terrorism, saying, "I don't think we should give up so easily on our rule of law."
The polls suggest Paul's brand of hardcore libertarianism has a limited appeal with GOP primary voters, and he remains a serious longshot for the Republican presidential nomination. But his goal is also to get his ideas into the public sphere, and on that front this debate was an unqualified success for him.   CBS' Winners & Losers

By chance do you mean your own poll that you removed after it showed Paul clearly won the debate?  LOL