CNN/ORC Poll: Bush surges to 2016 GOP frontrunner. Communist News Network pushes the guy they think Hillary can beat.

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alaskaal
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Okay, I want to break this to everyone gently. That is, if Bush is running, hell, I will vote for Hillary. Oh how I fear for our Great Republic.

Missile Command
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If Bush and Hilary are the nominees, we are screwed. In that case I hope the Tea Party goes independent and runs a Palin/Cruz or Cruz/Palin ticket to demonize both of these SOB, sorry-assed parties from sea to shining sea. The elitist scum in both of these parties of corruption hate Palin and Cruz, and at least we’d have the pleasure of seeing these mealy-mouthed scum squirm at being called out on the corrupt policies and people they support. The propaganda coming from the state run media in such a scenario, desperately spiining to trash these challengers, would surpass anythjing the USSR put out. No doubt most would be comedy gold that we could also enjoy.

Fenster314
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Dynasty is a TV program, not a description of the office of the President.

Missile Command
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They must have a fixed set of useful idiots to call and get such results. Or they asked the question, who would best continue the destruction of our constitutional liberties, 1) Bush, 2) Hilary …

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Ahhh Yes, the lame stream media turd polishing has begun. They’re motto is ” allow us to pick your next candidate that we know will lose to a Commie like Killery”.

jukin
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One thing we all know, the media will tell us who they fear and who they want for the GOP president.

Another thing, I hate the word electability in reference to putting up another liberal republican to lose. People it is all a lie.

PsychoDad
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Dam, ya gotta go all the way to the bottom (ironically) to get what the poll actually was:

Out of all of the seven head-to-head GOP match-ups with Clinton tested, Bush fares the best, trailing her by just 13 points. She takes 54% support to his 41% support.
The survey was conducted by live interview among 1,011 adults nationwide from Dec. 18-21, with a subsample of 453 Republicans and 469 Democrats, via landline and cell phone. The overall sample has a margin of error of plus or minus three percentage points.

THEY POLLED MORE DEMONRATS THAN THEY DID REPUBLICANS!!!!

poppajoe49
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Why do you sound surprised? I would have figured that the sampling of Demonrats to Republicans would have been closer to 4:1.

Newsel
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Well spotted…. 🙂

PsychoDad
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The fix is in already, huh?

MGAP
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Read my lips, no more Bush.

GhostntheMachine
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😛

Not so silent
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It’s a CNN poll, enough said.

freerepublics
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The commie networks choose who runs for president period. They cannot lose when they always choose 2 commies like Bush and no borders Hillary dickery dock.

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