I never thought about that trueblue. I hope theres alot of old people out there.McCain. Polls mean nothing - the fact in any election is that old people vote. They don't flood internet polls, they just watch the news, judge you, and vote. And most old people are crusty conservatives. Thus... the silent majority.
And he's the pick of a piss-poor litter, so he gets my vote.
12.6% of the American population is over the age of 65. How many people over 65 do you know cast their vote in internet polls? 60.1% of the population is between the ages 20-64. 20-30 year-olds do most of the polling. Beyond that, you've got roughly 30 million people (and that's being generous) that probably NEVER contribute to online political polls. Personally, I imagine the majority of the silent majority is going to vote Republican.I never thought about that trueblue. I hope theres alot of old people out there.
Well I wouldnt say it was Palin's victory, she did exceed expectations but you must understand at what level those expectations were set.And it ends as expected! Palin exceeded expectations and thus can chalk it up as a victory. Biden threw his weight around, and thus the Dems will chalk up it as THEIR victory. And Indecision 2008 rolls on...