No Runny Eggs

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Archive for the 'NRE Polls' Category

December 19, 2008

New NRE poll – Which of the Big Three (if any) will be in essentially its pre-12/2008 form come 12/2018?

by @ 16:28. Tags:
Filed under Business, NRE Polls.

Shoebox asked the question. While I can’t officially condone gambling (at least if you use Hot Rod Blago as your bookie), I can officially condone an NRE poll. You can take up to 3, but I will wipe out any multiple answers that include “None of them”.

Which of the Big Three (if any) will be in essentially its pre-12/2008 form come 12/2018?

Up to 3 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • None of them (43%, 36 Vote(s))
  • Ford (37%, 31 Vote(s))
  • General Motors (15%, 13 Vote(s))
  • Chrysler (5%, 4 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 75

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November 21, 2008

New NRE poll – What is wrong (if anything) with this video?

by @ 16:55. Tags:
Filed under NRE Polls.

(H/T – Michael Goldfarb)

MSNBC ran the following video of Alaska Governor (and former Republican Vice Presidential nominee) Sarah Palin’s pardoning of a turkey and subsequent post-pardon press conference…

I ask you, the gentle and not-so-gentle readers of this hole in the wall, what, if anything was wrong with it?

What is wrong (if anything) with this video?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Nothing. (59%, 19 Vote(s))
  • Sarah Palin should've issued an execution order instead of a pardon. (28%, 9 Vote(s))
  • Sarah Palin and the press should have found another place to shoot the post-pardon interview. (9%, 3 Vote(s))
  • The turkey farm should have waited until the cameras were off to start the turkey slaughter. (3%, 1 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 32

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This poll will close just before Thanksgiving Day begins, and I’ll give you my answer then. Those of you who know me may or may not be able to guess it.

November 5, 2008

NRE poll – who will be the GOP nominee in 2012 (take 2)?

by @ 16:48. Filed under NRE Polls.

I know, it’s far too early to begin considering who will be the Republican standard-bearer in 2012 (or if there will be a GOP), but since I have no influence, I may as well kick things off. You’ll notice the poll has but 4 choices:

Who will be the Republican Presidential nominee in 2012? (take 2)

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Mitt Romney (55%, 108 Vote(s))
  • Somebody else (please name the person in the thread) (25%, 50 Vote(s))
  • Nobody as the GOP will cease to exist before November 2012 (12%, 23 Vote(s))
  • Mike Huckabee (9%, 17 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 198

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I’ll quickly go through the 4 choices:

Mitt Romney – He is the conventional “next in line” the Republicans are so fond of choosing since 1956. While he was in the nomination race, he was the second-leading delegate getter. However, he wasn’t the last one to fall before this year’s “next in line” guy, John McCain

Mike Huckabee – He stakes his claim to be “next in line” by being the last one out of the primaries. However, until things narrowed to him and McCain, he was at best third.

The field – The rest of the Republican field, including Sarah Palin, Ron Paul, Bobby Jindal, and anybody else one can think of, does not have any claim to be “next in line”. As the Republican party proved for the 14th consecutive time, if one is not the “next in line”, one will not be the nominee.

Nobody as the GOP disappears – For those who think this impossible, let’s ask the leaders of the Whigs and the Federalists. Oops; we can’t because those parties, which were once the Not-Democratic Party, no longer exist. Indeed, the Federalists disappeared without anything to replace them in the planning stages.

For those that are wondering how the first take went (which I had up pretty much continuously between March and August), here’s the results.

Who will be the 2012 Republican Presidential nominee?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Nobody as the GOP will not be in existence in 2012 (26%, 66 Vote(s))
  • John McCain (22%, 56 Vote(s))
  • Mitt Romney (as the sitting VP/President) (22%, 56 Vote(s))
  • Mitt Romney (not as the sitting VP/President) (11%, 29 Vote(s))
  • Mike Huckabee (as the sitting VP/President) (8%, 19 Vote(s))
  • Whoever else is the sitting VP/President (you can name the person in the thread) (5%, 13 Vote(s))
  • Whoever else is not the sitting VP/President (you can name the person in the thread) (4%, 9 Vote(s))
  • Mike Huckabee (not as the sitting VP/President) (2%, 5 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 253

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September 25, 2008

Snapshot NRE poll – Do I drunkblog an Obama-only gabfest?

by @ 17:40. Filed under NRE Polls.

With the likelyhood that John McCain will bail on tomorrow’s debate, I have to ask the question of whether watching Barack Obama make hay of the situation is worth it.

Do I drunkblog an Obama-only gabfest Friday night?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Yes (100%, 8 Vote(s))
  • No (13%, 1 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 8

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This poll will close at 3:30 pm tomorrow because if I don’t drunkblog it, I want to be at the Brewers’ game tomorrow.

August 29, 2008

New NRE Poll – McCain/Palin

by @ 13:21. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

I’m making this one short-and-sweet, and it will last 1 week…

Do you like the choice of Sarah Palin as John McCain's running mate?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Yes (82%, 63 Vote(s))
  • No (18%, 14 Vote(s))
  • I don't follow politics, so give me the football picks (0%, 0 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 77

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A housekeeping item; I’m semi-retiring the longest-running poll here – “Who will be the Republican Presidential nominee in 2012”. Depending on future circumstances, I may resurrect it.

July 10, 2008

New NRE Poll – What should we call Obama’s future flip-flops?

by @ 8:11. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

Yesterday, Shoebox noted that some of Barack Obama’s newest flip-flops have come so quickly, that Jim Geraghty’s Maxim of all of Obama’s words having an expiration date is a bit dated. In the course of an e-mail discussion between Jim, Shoebox, and me, a couple of new catch-phrases came up. I went with “half-life”, while Shoebox went with “momentary considerations”. Guess it’s as good an excuse as any to fire up the NRE Poll machine…

What should we call Obama's future flip-flops?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Words thrown under the bus. (53%, 8 Vote(s))
  • Words past their half-life. (20%, 3 Vote(s))
  • Momentary reconsiderations. (13%, 2 Vote(s))
  • Just plain-old flip-flops. (7%, 1 Vote(s))
  • Something else (pipe up in the thread). (7%, 1 Vote(s))
  • Words that have reached their expiration date. (0%, 0 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 15

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This one will close the morning of July 24, so get your votes up quickly. If you do choose “other”, please let me know what you want.

June 13, 2008

New NRE poll – Should/will Doyle donate his golf fundraising money to flood relief?

by @ 15:51. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - Wisconsin.

I missed this Wisconsin GOP press release yesterday (thanks for waking me up, Kevin):

MADISON – After news broke yesterday that Governor Doyle held a campaign fundraiser instead of helping flood victims Tuesday, the Republican Party of Wisconsin Chairman Reince Priebus, along with conservatives across the state like radio hosts Jerry Bader and Vicki McKenna, called on Doyle to donate the money he raised golfing to the flood cause.

"With Barack Obama in the state, Obama’s top campaign staffer, Jim Doyle, gave voters a glimpse of the Democrats’ priorities this year – politics over Wisconsin families," said Priebus. "Thousands of families spent the day cleaning-up flood damage while Doyle raised thousands of dollars golfing, the least he can do is donate his proceeds to their behalf."

Governor Doyle held his golf outing Tuesday charging $1,250 a person.

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With that, I’ve got a new poll up…

Should/will Gov. Doyle donate the proceeds of his golf outing fundraiser to flood relief?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • He should, but he'll hang onto all the money. (53%, 17 Vote(s))
  • He shouldn't, and won't donate any of the money. (25%, 8 Vote(s))
  • He should, and he will donate all of the money. (9%, 3 Vote(s))
  • He shouldn't, but will donate at least some of the money. (9%, 3 Vote(s))
  • He should, and he will donate some of the money. (3%, 1 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 32

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May 1, 2008

NRE Poll – Should I try to get blogger creds for the GOP convention?

by @ 18:19. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National, The Blog.

While the state GOP still hasn’t reached out to the blogosphere for the state convention (at least nobody has mentioned any outreach), the national GOP is looking for a few good bloggers. I know I’m a very long shot for various reasons (excessive expletives, a general dislike of McCain, a lack of knowledge of the difference between morons and Morons™ that would cause confusion about a large portion of my readership, not-nearly-Hot Air readership numbers), but it would be an excuse to head up to the Twin Cities.

Here’s where I ask for your help. I won’t promise to listen, but I will definitely take it under advisement.

Should I try to get blogger creds for the GOP convention?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Yes (85%, 11 Vote(s))
  • No (15%, 2 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 13

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March 23, 2008

Which #1 will drop out first?

by @ 20:23. Filed under NRE Polls, Sports.

It’s time for the Second Annual Who Will Drop First poll. Last year, nobody took the “winner”, Kansas. They’re back for more, along with UCLA, Memphis and overall #1 North Carolina.

I’ll even give you a bit of help with the schedule because seconds do count. North Carolina goes against #4 Washington State Thursday at 6:27 pm, UCLA goes against #12 Western Kentucky Thursday at about 8:40 pm, Kansas goes against #12 Villanova Friday at about 8:40 pm, and Memphis goes against #5 Michigan State Friday at about 8:57 pm. If all 4 make it to the Elite Eight, North Carolina and UCLA would go Saturday at times to be determined (not against each other), and Kansas and Memphis will go Sunday at times to be determined (also not against each other). If I remember, I’ll close the poll while the games involving the #1s are played; if not, I’ll toss out all answers cast during those games.

Now, vote.

Which #1 will drop out first? (open until Saturday)

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Kansas (hint; they play North Carolina in the nightcap) (33%, 5 Vote(s))
  • Memphis (hint; they play UCLA first on Saturday) (33%, 5 Vote(s))
  • UCLA (hint; they play Memphis first on Saturday) (27%, 4 Vote(s))
  • North Carolina (hint; they play Kansas in the nightcap) (7%, 1 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 15

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March 5, 2008

New NRE Poll – Who will be the Republican Presidential nominee in 2012?

by @ 7:08. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

It’s never too early to think about 4 years from now, especially since things are officially wrapped up on the Republican side. For the eternal optimists, I’ve included John McCain and the sitting VP (I didn’t want the more-or-less optimists who think McCain will be a 1-termer but think that Mike Huckabee or Mitt Romney will be the sitting VP to get pigeon-holed with the pessimists, so I broke them out). For the pessimists, I’ve thrown in the two people most-likely to lay claim to the “next in line” title (Huckabee, who will finish second in delegates if he doesn’t release them all, and Romney, who will finish second in the popular vote but released all his delegates) and the field (note for those that want the field, 4 months ago, we all thought the 56-year streak of “next in line” would finally be broken this time around). For the nihilists, I’ve even thrown in the Whig-ing of the GOP.

Who will be the 2012 Republican Presidential nominee?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Nobody as the GOP will not be in existence in 2012 (26%, 66 Vote(s))
  • John McCain (22%, 56 Vote(s))
  • Mitt Romney (as the sitting VP/President) (22%, 56 Vote(s))
  • Mitt Romney (not as the sitting VP/President) (11%, 29 Vote(s))
  • Mike Huckabee (as the sitting VP/President) (8%, 19 Vote(s))
  • Whoever else is the sitting VP/President (you can name the person in the thread) (5%, 13 Vote(s))
  • Whoever else is not the sitting VP/President (you can name the person in the thread) (4%, 9 Vote(s))
  • Mike Huckabee (not as the sitting VP/President) (2%, 5 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 253

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February 25, 2008

New NRE poll – Who will drop out first?

by @ 17:32. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

It’s beginning to look a lot like Hillary Clinton is as dead as fried chicken in the polls. Barack Obama has caught her in Texas and is closing rapidly in Ohio, and this isn’t the infamous last-second close that never does materialize. Meanwhile, Mike Huckabee is soldiering on in his quest to top Mitt Romney’s vote total.

Guess, since I’ve had nothing the last couple days (side note; thank you, Shoebox, for bailing me out of my blogging funk), it’s time for a new NRE poll. The clock stops when the candidate officially announces he or she is either “ending” or “suspending” the campaign, not when the press says that one or the other will drop out.

Who will drop out first?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Mike Huckabee (59%, 10 Vote(s))
  • Hillary Clinton (41%, 7 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 17

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February 5, 2008

New NRE poll – Is conservatism dead?

by @ 14:41. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

Since Mike Huckabee teamed up with both John McCain and Ron Paul (Nick? Chris? Flashy? Care to explain?) to take West Virginia from Mitt Romney, I’m going to be taking the rest of the afternoon to write my answer to the question.

I’ll let you guys in on the vomit-enducing fun a bit early, however, with a new NRE poll:

Is conservatism dead?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • No (68%, 63 Vote(s))
  • Yes (32%, 30 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 93

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January 30, 2008

NRE Poll – Interest in the 42nd Game That Cannot Be Named

by @ 14:07. Filed under NRE Polls, Sports.

The head barkeep threw it open, so I’m polling until about 1 pm this Sunday. I think I covered every eventuality, and that includes my choice of “same as the other conference (AFC in my case) game”.

What is your level of interest in the 42nd NFL Championship Game That Cannot Be Named?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Football was once alive, but it's now dead to me. (27%, 7 Vote(s))
  • I'm here for the commercials. (19%, 5 Vote(s))
  • It's the biggest game of the year; let's party! (15%, 4 Vote(s))
  • The same as the average game for two teams in the other conference. (12%, 3 Vote(s))
  • I'm a fan of one of the two teams in it. (8%, 2 Vote(s))
  • Football? What's football? (8%, 2 Vote(s))
  • The same as the average game for my team (do NOT check if you're a Pats or Giants fan). (4%, 1 Vote(s))
  • The same as the average game for two other teams in my division. (4%, 1 Vote(s))
  • The same as the average game for two other teams in my conference. (4%, 1 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 26

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January 26, 2008

Should I live-blog the SOTU?

by @ 21:08. Filed under NRE Polls.

I don’t know if I’m feeling it this year. You, the gentler-than-me readers, will help me decide. Go, vote in the current NRE poll; it will be open until high noon Monday.

Should I live-blog the State of the Union Monday night?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • No (50%, 4 Vote(s))
  • Yes (38%, 3 Vote(s))
  • Glom onto somebody else's live-blog (13%, 1 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 8

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January 5, 2008

The ABC debates and the Wyoming Republican county caucuses

by @ 10:27. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

First, the Wyoming county caucuses. This thing slipped my mind, partially because it is so archane (H/T – John Hawkins) it makes the Dem half of the Iowa caucii look sane and partially because the delegate total was halved, but it’s on as I type. At stake are 12 6 12 of 28 14 delegates, and the story (cribbed from Rich Moran) is pretty convoluted. Originally, Wyoming’s plan was to do their county caucuses to select 12 of the 28 delegates to the national convention the same day as New Hampshire’s primary, January 22, with the remaining 16 chosen at the state convention in May. Because of the leapfrogs, they eventually settled on today. Because, unlike Iowa’s and Nevada’s caucii, the delegates are bound to candidates, the RNC halved the grand total because it’s happening before Super-Duper Tuesday, which would have cut the bounty from the caucuses to 6. In a desperate attempt to keep some form of meaning, the Wyoming Republicans decided to once again make it 12 and cut the number selected at the convention from 8 (already reduced from 16) to 2.

Jim Geraghty reports that the party insiders are still anticipating a romp by Mitt Romney, the only candidate to set up an office in Wyoming. However, Fred Thompson has also worked the state relatively-hard (no jokes about being lazy; reserve them for the Liberal Three this round), and those two as well as Ron Paul and Duncan Hunter have made recent phone efforts. Meanwhile, the Liberal Three of John McCain, Mike Huckabee, and Rudy Giuliani treated Wyoming as though it didn’t exist.

Next, most of the candidates will be on back-to-back debates on ABC tonight starting at 6 pm (Central; refer to your local listings for station and time). I’ll be here with live-blogging; since I haven’t yet decided whether to be nice or surly, I do not know whether I’ll be simulcasting the live-blogging at some of the other places I have blogging keys to (namely, my hole-in-the-TownHall wall). I’ll leave that decision up to you. Mind you, I won’t guarantee I’ll listen to the majority (unlike government, I’m not a democratically-elected representative republic), but it will weigh heavily in my decision.

Should I do a nice-blog or a surly-blog of tonight's ABC debates?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Just swear, Eggy. (80%, 8 Vote(s))
  • Be nice and don't swear. (20%, 2 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 10

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December 27, 2007

Worst. Reaction. Evah!

Bryan has the video of Ron Paul blaming America for the assassination of Benzair Bhutto and advocating the surrender of a nuclear-armed country to Al Qaeda.

The pic from Brian at Liberty Pundit says it all.
screwballpaul.jpg

Revisions/extensions (4:11 pm 12/27/2007) – Russ el-Slimeroad (Moonbat-Al Qaeda) gives Paul-Nut a run for his batshit crazy faux money (H/T – Ace).

R&E part 2 (4:20 pm 12/27/2007) – New NRE poll; who is more batshit crazy; Ron Paul or Russ Feingold?

Who is more batshit crazy?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Russ Feingold (51%, 69 Vote(s))
  • Ron Paul (49%, 65 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 134

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R&E part 3 (6:05 pm 12/27/2007) – Yet another reason to throw Feingold into the poll – mrbillsbraindrain points out his idea on Presidential diversity.

R&E part 4 (2:35 pm 1/3/2008) – Did you Paul-Nuts really think you could spam the poll to make the head Nut look better?

December 21, 2007

Videos of the day

by @ 19:54. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

We’ll take a very quick break from playing Hack-A-Huck and play Hack-A-Hill.

First up, Erick from Red State:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuCL3MO8g30[/youtube]

Next, Bryan and Michelle from Hot Air:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-h6Wab4QRt8[/youtube]

Guess that calls for a fresh NRE Poll:

Which video is best?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Hot Air's remix with fresh gifts (58%, 7 Vote(s))
  • RedState's remix with prices (33%, 4 Vote(s))
  • The original Hillary holiday video (8%, 1 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 12

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December 11, 2007

New poll; which winter weather phenomenon do you hate more?

by @ 14:43. Filed under NRE Polls, Weather.

This is the Emergency Blogging System. Because of the snow/ice/sleet/rain (but unfortunately, not thunder), it has been activated.

We’ve now had both snow-covered ice and ice-covered snow this short month. I honestly can’t tell which one’s worse, so I’ll leave it up to you, the gentle (Ed: Who is the EBS kidding? This is a full-contact blog.) reader.

Which is worse?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Snow-covered ice (81%, 22 Vote(s))
  • Ice-covered snow (19%, 5 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 27

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November 16, 2007

New poll – What will the price of gas be at the end of the year?

by @ 16:20. Filed under Business, NRE Polls.

While the cost of gasoline has started to move in response to this latest spike in the cost of oil, I have a fear that we haven’t seen anything yet. After all, the $90-$100/barrel oil has yet to enter the pipeline. Therefore, I’ve got a new poll up…

What will the average price of regular unleaded gas be in the Milwaukee area at the end of 2007?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Between $3.15/gallon and $3.249/gallon (28%, 10 Vote(s))
  • At least $3.65/gallon (25%, 9 Vote(s))
  • Between $3.35/gallon and $3.449/gallon (11%, 4 Vote(s))
  • Between $3.05/gallon and $3.149/gallon (11%, 4 Vote(s))
  • Between $3.25/gallon and $3.349/gallon (8%, 3 Vote(s))
  • Between $2.95/gallon and $3.049/gallon (6%, 2 Vote(s))
  • Between $2.85/gallon and $2.949/gallon (3%, 1 Vote(s))
  • Between $3.45/gallon and $3.549/gallon (3%, 1 Vote(s))
  • Between $3.55/gallon and $3.649/gallon (3%, 1 Vote(s))
  • Under $2.85/gallon (3%, 1 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 36

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The “official” number will come to us from MilwaukeeGasPrices.com as close to the end of the day 12/31/2007 as I can stand. As a refrence point, today’s average is $3.084/gallon.

October 2, 2007

Poll housekeeping

by @ 0:37. Filed under NRE Polls.

First things first, I closed the “Who won’t be a candidate as of 10/1/2007?” poll as yesterday was 10/1. Congrats to the three people who saw that nobody would drop out.

I did encounter a problem between updating WordPress and WP-Polls; somehow, the number of voters was reset to the number of votes. I went back through the logs and manually corrected this. It should work properly now.

September 11, 2007

Poll housekeeping

by @ 23:51. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

I somehow failed to include a “none of the above” choice in the “Which Presidential candidate(s) is/are out this month?” poll. It’s now rectified.

If you haven’t voted, do so.

September 5, 2007

So I took a month off Presidential politics

by @ 16:54. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

Nothing much happened besides Tommy “The Other” Thompson realizing he had no chance and Hiliary Clinton following the playbook of her husband and taking $42,000 in illegal donations. That changes tonight with the last pre-Fred debate, which William Smith will not be live-blogging from on-site. He will still be live-blogging, but like me (in between pitches of the Brewer game, that is), it will be beer-aided.

In honor of Fred’s filing tomorrow, it’s time to ask who won’t be a candidate by the end of the month.

Who will no longer be a candidate for the Republican Presidential nomination at the end of the day Sept. 30, 2007?

Up to 9 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • Sam Brownback (22%, 20 Vote(s))
  • Duncan Hunter (20%, 18 Vote(s))
  • Tom Tancredo (19%, 17 Vote(s))
  • Ron Paul (12%, 11 Vote(s))
  • John McCain (8%, 7 Vote(s))
  • Mike Huckabee (8%, 7 Vote(s))
  • Fred Thompson (4%, 4 Vote(s))
  • Mitt Romney (3%, 3 Vote(s))
  • None of the above; all will still be a candidate come October 1 (3%, 3 Vote(s))
  • Rudy Giuliani (0%, 0 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 90

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July 5, 2007

Since I didn’t get a response the first time…

by @ 19:58. Filed under NRE Polls, Politics - National.

…let’s see if throwing it up as a poll gets people to contemplate the folly of Nobody’s Senator’s “solution” to high oil prices, namely, attempt to apply the Sherman Anti-Trust Act to soverign nations. While I do give him a modicum of credit for placing the blame where it belongs, he has no concept of either market forces or soverignty.

Do you?

June 13, 2007

The downside of being against cloning

by @ 7:02. Filed under NRE Polls.

I got late word that the folks that are putting on the tax rally in Pewaukee on Friday will be feeding the crowd some brats. Now, I’m in a quandry. Do I go back to my original plan and head there, or do I head to Sean Hackbarth’s Excellent Citizen Blogging Summit at Radio City? I’m quite conflicted, so I’m enlisting your help. Go, vote in the latest NRE poll.

Where should I be at 1 pm Friday, June 15?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

Total Voters: 3

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March 28, 2007

I am John Doe

by @ 10:12. Filed under NRE Polls, War on Terror.

If you don’t know who John Doe is, go, read the Michelle Malkin column (H/Ts – Dad29 and JammieWearingFool) and watch today’s Vent at Hot Air.

A word of advice to the Islamokazis – don’t start nothin’, won’t die for nothin’.

Revisions/extensions (10:30 am 3/28/2007, with the poll added 10:39 am 3/28/2007) – Michelle makes it a one-stop shop. She also reports that Frankie Cee has I’m John Doe merchandise up. Seeing I’m headed to Jamaica next month (my younger sister’s getting married there), I’m wondering which merchandise I should wear to O’Hare. Poll will be up shortly is now up (and embedded here for convenience).

Second revision/extension (4:39 pm 3/30/2007) – Grabbed a pic from the poker-playing Peter

What "I'm John Doe - Sue Me" merchandise should I wear to O'Hare April 16?

Up to 1 answer(s) was/were allowed

  • All of the above (50%, 7 Vote(s))
  • The black cap (14%, 2 Vote(s))
  • One of the caps and the golf shirt (14%, 2 Vote(s))
  • The button (7%, 1 Vote(s))
  • The khaki cap (7%, 1 Vote(s))
  • None, you dumbass; TSA will strip-search you. (7%, 1 Vote(s))
  • The golf shirt (0%, 0 Vote(s))

Total Voters: 14

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