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  • al.gore23 al.gore23 Jan 17, 2013 4:25 PM Flag

    Crackeress has lots of friends!!

    A Farleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll found that sixty-three percent of registered voters “buy into at least one political conspiracy theory.”

    The nationwide survey of registered voters asked Americans to evaluate four different political conspiracy theories: 56 percent of Democrats and 75 percent of Republicans say that at least one is likely true. This includes 36 percent who think that President Obama is hiding information about his background and early life, 25 percent who think that the government knew about 9/11 in advance, and 19 percent who think the 2012 Presidential election was stolen.

    The most popular of these conspiracy theories is the belief that President Obama is hiding important information about his background and early life, which would include what’s often referred to as “birtherism.” Thirty-six percent of Americans think this is probably true, including 64 percent of Republicans and 14 percent of Democrats.

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    Pretty hilarious that a solid majority (75%) of Contards believe in Conspiracy theories. No wonder so many of them believe in superstitions like jesuspoodle.

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    • Not at all hilarious when the survey loads the question. Jerk.

      But you, you're hilarious.

    • Pretty hilarious that a solid majority (75%) of Contards believe in Conspiracy theories. No wonder so many of them believe in superstitions like jesuspoodle.
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      The Contard Freakshow moved faaaar beyond conspiracy theories; they're full-fledged delusional wackjobs (technical terminology provided by the DSM-V).

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      • sandale111@bellsouth.net sandale111 Jan 17, 2013 8:10 PM Flag

        "The Contard Freakshow moved faaaar beyond conspiracy theories; they're full-fledged delusional wackjobs "

        Next you will be telling us that the Pope is Catholic.

        One of the things that a lot of people here miss is that I personally actually am quite conservative... but the "conservatives" are so intensely deranged that in all fairness I have to just make fun of them. WARNING: I am not wearing a hoodie.

        BTW, I remember you being surprised that I voted for Obama this time being that I voted for McCain last time. Well it is because now I think Obama is a Quaker rather than a Muslim. OK, that is not it. When I get time I will write out an answer.

    • Hilarious that 75% of people (and that is not counting all people, just a sample of US citizens) believe in conspiracy theories? That actually says that 75% of the US public knows that the politicians running our government cannot be trusted to give credible, much less reliable, accounts of major incidents. And it says that rotardo takes personal pride is being one one of the 25% who believes anything presented unconditionally. So tell me rotardo analgore, where the heck are those weapons of mass destruction Sadam had?

 
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