THERE IS A GOD

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010 | Uncategorized

Because Florida Democratic Congresscrapweasel Alan Grayson is currently taking one in le secteur génital:

In one of the most closely watched U.S. House races in the nation, Republican Daniel Webster now holds a 7-point lead over Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson in Central Florida’s 8th Congressional District, according to a new Sunshine State News Poll.

Webster, a former state senator, leads the freshman congressman 43-36 in the survey of 559 likely voters conducted Sept. 25-27. TEA (“Taxed Enough Already”) Party candidate Peg Dunmire drew 6 percent and NPA hopeful George Metcalfe garnered 3 percent, while 9 percent remained undecided (2 percent cited “other” and 1 percent refused to state).

Digging deeper, the numbers look even worse for Grayson as 51 percent of respondents said they had an unfavorable view of the Orlando-area congressman.

“Grayson has real problems here,” said Jim Lee, president of Voter Survey Service, which conducted the poll for Sunshine State News.

“He’s even more unpopular than the president, which is not surprising given how controversial he has been with his rhetoric, overall style and TV ads.”

Lee added, “It’s fascinating that both Grayson and the president have virtually the same image (a positive/negative ratio of 34/51), but Grayson is actually disliked more by independents (36/47 favorable/unfavorable) while Obama is only 36/37.”

Oh and Al?  That Taliban ad of yours didn’t work, fat boy.

Female voters are anything but ambivalent about Grayson — “They really loathe him,” Lee reported. With Grayson’s 33/53 favorable/unfavorable rating among women, Webster’s lead among females is much stronger (45/33 over Grayson) compared to a statistical tie (41/40 Webster) among males. 

“This is important, because we usually see a gender gap in polling where females tend to vote more Democrat than males, but it’s the reverse in this poll,” Lee said.

But I’m sure that once you lose, MSNBC will be glad to take you on so no harm, no foul.

11 Comments to THERE IS A GOD

Katherine
September 29, 2010

This is particularly encouraging since I have been so often embarrassed by the votes of women.

Barney
September 29, 2010

Grayson was ill advised by his peeps. If he is intent on loosing the election why doesn’t he just drop out and save some money? The only thing he could do in Central Florida would be to try and shut Disney down!

Floridian
September 29, 2010

Just got an email from a fellow senior that recommended Mark Rubio as the only pro-life, fiscally conservative (sane) candidate in the FL Senate race. Perhaps that’s just in our district.
The 60+ Org. just sent me a post card from Alexandria, VA that they are fighting to protect SS and Medicare and the US itself. (www.spendingrevolt.com)

Old folks are disgusted with the democrats…maybe that’s why they are being targeted for, shall we say, advanced expiration dates, for the economy’s sake, don’t you know. Can’t afford to have codgers sitting around using up their nest eggs, when we need those funds to promulgate and implement our innovative social sculpting ideas, noble causes and important porkjects.

Flambeaux
September 29, 2010

After his behavior on MSNBC the other day, I can’t imagine Grayson would be too welcome even there. But they do keep employing Olbermann, so who know.

The Pilgrim
September 29, 2010

Being a Christian, I don’t believe in Kharma, but after watching that disgusting video and then reading about the backlash against Grayson in the polls, I might be inclined to rethink that position.

J.M. Heinrichs
September 29, 2010

Mr Grayson as a gazelle: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuoNexcxDno

Cheers

Allen Lewis
September 29, 2010

Grayson sounds like a truly stellar guy. I’m with Katherine, the fact that women voters loathe this guy speaks volumes! Yes, Katherine, I would agree that women voters have had their embarrassing moments – can we say Bill Clinton?

Don Janousek
September 29, 2010

I see Grayson as a shining example of America’s belief in equality and opportunity for all. He demonstrates that even those with chronic and severe psychosis can become a member of Congress. Actually, now that I think about it, there are quite a few others in the present Congress who are also “shining examples.”

Donald R. McClarey
September 30, 2010

Grayson is a Godsend to Republicans. He looks as if he came directly from Central Casting to appear in a Republican ad.

ccinnova
September 30, 2010

I see Grayson as a shining example of America’s belief in equality and opportunity for all. He demonstrates that even those with chronic and severe psychosis can become a member of Congress. Actually, now that I think about it, there are quite a few others in the present Congress who are also “shining examples.”

Not for much longer, I hope.

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