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Survey USA: only 10% want debate delay

By pams
Thursday, September 25, 2008 12:52 EDT
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The stats (SurveyUSA):

A majority of Americans say the debate should be held. Just 10% say the debate should be postponed. A sizable percentage of Americans, 36%, think the focus of the debate should be modified to focus more on the economy. 3 of 4 Americans say the presidential campaign should continue. Just 14% say the presidential campaign should be suspended. If Friday’s debate does not take place 46% of Americans say that would be bad for America.

I think the 10% must be the folks over at Clown Hall and Freeperland, because they have purchased the Sam’s Club economy size jug of GOP Kool-Aid and are awash in delusion, seeing McCain’s Hail Mary stunt as “patriotic” and a “smart decision.”

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In other jaw-dropping news, following up on Amanda’s earlier prediction about right-wing reaction to CNN’s Campbell Brown torching the McCain camp’s sexism for hiding Sarah Palin — take a look at what Pamela Geller of Atlas Shrugs called Brown:

Wanna hurl? Watch CNN’S Campbell Brown, SEX TOY to Saudi Masters, attempt to paint McCain as a sexist – the man who actually put Palin on the ticket. I gotta ask you Camp, were your Saudi beaus sexist?

 
 
 
 
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