Thursday, November 19, 2015

New Hampshire poll shows Ben Carson losing ground fast.

Uh oh, they're catching on.
Courtesy of Yahoo Finance:  

Fox News released the results of its latest New Hampshire primary poll on Wednesday, and it doesn't look good for Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson. 

The poll, the first conducted since Friday's attacks in Paris, finds Donald Trump leading the GOP field with 27% of Republican primary voters. Marco Rubio came in second with 13%, with Ted Cruz trailing behind him at 11%. 

Everyone else is in single digits. 

Jeb Bush and Ben Carson received 9% each. Ohio Gov. John Kasich received 7% and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie received 6%.

 Gee it's almost as if talking about pyramids serving as grain silos, lying about trying to stab somebody, and having a picture of you and black Jesus just being bros, was a bad thing.

I think we all knew that this Carson thing was not going to last very long.

Still not sure what's going on with Trump however.


  1. And now he wants to issue Muslims ID cards -- guess he's been reading Hitler's speeches again before going to bed.

    When 42% of Americans polled would support a military take-over of the US government, then what's so surprising about tRump's popularity?

    The Strong Man who will save the ig-heads from any Other going, with Muslims the flavor of the week.

    1. Anonymous12:45 PM

      Well said, Barbara.

    2. Wouldn't it be easier if we just had Muslims sew a patch on their clothes? That way, we'd know right away and we wouldn't have to ask for their ID.

    3. Anonymous2:19 PM

      And tattoos!

    4. Anonymous3:07 PM

      I like to post on message boards calling his supporters "Trump's Chumps",it gets a rise out of them.

  2. Anonymous12:44 PM

    Well it looks like it might be Trump that gets his ass handed to him by the DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE.

    1. And it's hard to think of anyone better suited to suffer the said asshanding. Hillary's opposition-research people must be salivating at the thought of such a target-rich opponent.

    2. Anonymous3:01 PM

      Did anyone review the speech Trump made in Massachusetts? He talked about the 'objector' (taken out of the rally by his people!) being obese, which was incorrect and an outright lie! (Had to do with Trump talking about Food Stamps.)

      Trump most certainly is another Republican lunatic! Gadfree, what is going on with this group of the mentally ill currently headlining our media? Sick, sick, sick! (Palin and Cruz included!)

  3. 66gardeners1:41 PM

    I think what did it was the revelation that his best friend was convicted health care fraud. That story really showed who Carson is.

  4. A. J. Billings2:06 PM

    Carson is this year's $arah Palin. If and when he was a surgeon, I hope he was more on the ball than he's currently acting.

    The guy seems drunk, stoned, or just plain looney tunes, and his "Obamacare is slavery" comment is beyond the pale.

  5. Anonymous2:46 PM

    He can go back down to Palm Beach and add up his book deals, speaking offers, and invitations to speak on Fox news. He's just increased his annual take 100-fold. No tears for Mr. Carson.

  6. Anonymous2:48 PM

    Yeah, this says it all...

  7. Anonymous2:52 PM

    The guy is a sick, lying man that give s a horrible name to black men!

    But, we have President Obama that shows us a wonderful example of a black man! I'm thankful we met him vs the fraudulent Carson!

  8. Anonymous2:55 PM

    Ignorant demagoguery is what's going on with Trump, and it should terrify us all.

  9. Anonymous2:56 PM

    As with sarah people are realizing this guy is mentally ill. Cray crays like them can't cover it up very long.

  10. It was bound to happen. Once he because a front runner, people started to pay attention to what he was saying.


    "Don't Know" is scoring higher than Santorum, Huckabee, Graham, Paul, Fiorina and Christie. Look for all of them to drop out. (Well, except for Fiorina and Christie. Both bulldogs that will hang on until the bitter end.)

    Not to mention Bill Maher skewered him on the misspelling of "poverbs" sandblasted into the wall of his house. Colbert contributed to the well-deserved lampooning of Carson.

    One by one they'll go up.

    And then they'll slide down and out.

    Jindal's gone. Lasted way too long.

    Rubio and Cruz are polling better than they ever have. They'll start to go down pretty soon.

    I think in the end it will be between Jeb! and Kasich. (shudder)

    The Democrats better not do anything to screw up this sure thing. Put Clinton AND Sanders on the ticket!

  11. Anonymous5:15 AM

    Uhh..... how about a power analysis lol??
    Useless propaganda.

  12. Anonymous5:20 AM

    primary objective of many studies is to demonstrate a difference between two or more treatments under investigation. Power analysis, also referred to as sample size calculation, plays an important role in ensuring that a sufficient number of subjects are enrolled for answering the question of interest. Specifically, it is important to design a study in such a way that it will have a high probability of showing a difference when a difference truly exists and a low probability of showing a difference when none exists. If the sample size is too small, the study will be underpowered and may lead to discarding a potentially useful treatment. Such underpowered studies often lead to great confusion in the literature because they are often perceived as negative studies, whereas in actuality, this is not the case. Furthermore, from an investigator standpoint, cost and effort are devoted to a study that fails to answer the question...
    In other words a bigger sample could have 10000 write in votes of NONE OF THE ABOVE or a democrat.
    Just turn off mainstream TV and other media.

  13. 66gardeners7:08 AM

    According to 71% of republican insiders surveyed this week by The POLITICO Caucus (a bipartisan panel of the top strategists, operatives and activists in the four early nominating states: IA, NH, SC and NV), GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson was the most vulnerable among the 14 GOP hopefuls on foreign policy.

    “He clearly has no idea what he’s talking about,” said one South Carolina Republican. “Ben Carson's complete ineptitude makes you long for the days of ‘Uz-beki-beki-stan-stan,’” added an Iowa Republican, referring to a disastrous Herman Cain interview four years ago.

    The GOP sure knows how to pick em, all of em, any of em.

    Read more:

    1. Anonymous7:54 AM

      Herman Cain was never serious about the presidency, he just wanted to sell his books.

  14. In the Middle Ages, wealthy benefactors sometimes had their families painted adoring the holy family or some saint. They were ALWAYS facing the source of grace, like basking in sunlight, not turning their backs on it.

    Would Carson turn his back on his Jesus if they were in the same room? Turn away from the "Glory of God" as though Jesus supports him rather than the other way around? If I was Carson's preacher, there would be a few homilies on Pride

  15. Anonymous12:00 AM

    Nice to see Jim Gilmore rocketing past Bobby Jindal in the polls. Some pundints believe Gilmore could be the breakaway dark horse Thad "THAD!" McCotter of the 2016 election.


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