Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Pitch Probes Gov. Brownback Polling Probs

Here @ TKC we have long understood that polling data is mostly an exercise in political rhetoric. This Pitch post examines the latest round of data that still doesn't convince our bloggy community that victory is eminent for an empty suit Democrat in Red State Kansas even with the help of the New York Times and every columnist who has read the first three chapters of the latest Malcolm Gladwell book: Even Sam Brownback's internal polling isn't that good

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

In the last four years SURVEY USA was probably purchased by some Liberal group. Didn't OK senator Tom Cole used to own a big piece of the company.

Sorry Sammy. We have good memories. Including how you've screwed up Kansas. Start packing.

Earl "Tugfoot" Chives said...

Is Kansas finally tired or being the nation's punchline?

Getting rid of this old sadsack dinosaur would be a good first step.

Anonymous said...

tired OF being

Anonymous said...

Brownback is in - PERIOD

Anonymous said...

Colyer has made $ millions doing Boob Jobs. He may be the only one of those idiots comfortable working in Topeka.

Anonymous said...

Colyer saved my hand when I was a kid.
For that he gets my vote.

Anonymous said...

Sam will carry the barbed wire around sac crowd.

Polar Bear said...

Browndown is the white version of Obama.

What a pathetic excuse of a politician. If the sun is shining in Kansas, the Polar Bears has a BLACK boo in the basement.

Anonymous said...

Put a Roman Collar on the SOB and Brownback looks like a Catholic Priest with a secret. Or two.

Anonymous said...

Brownback looks like a greasy old version of Chris Koster. Don't old men know how stupid they dye their hair past 50?

Skippy Sanders said...

Do not talk about unreal hair.

Anonymous said...

Davis has a special qualification that everybody seems to forget about: He's a major party candidate who is not Brownback.

There are Kansans who wouldn't even vote for Jesus if he was a Democrat.That goes without saying in this nutball state.

But there are Kansans who are rational as well. Quite a few are Republicans.