Sunday, July 26, 2009

Political Pundits 101: How to Screw up and Not Know it

Today's opinion presented by political pundit, Chris Cillizza is a perfect case study in How to Screw Up and Not Know it.

Should she run, Palin would have to be considered the frontrunner given her strength with the most loyal voting constituencies in the party and the ideological composition of voters in the early states that tend to decide the nomination.

But, with her demonstrated problems in attracting independents -- just four in ten view her favorably in the Post data -- Palin could amount to a non-starter in a general election against President Barack Obama.

Has this guy even noticed how far Obama has dropped in the polls? He is the president afterall.

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