Thursday, October 21, 2010

I Might Dance In the Streets

Time to listen to the experts again and here is what they say in politics. They say that exactly two weeks until election Day, Republicans remain poised to make significant mid-term gains across the country, with 50% of likely voters preferring a GOP-controlled Congress, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

What's more, Republicans appear to be benefiting from the public's pessimistic mood, as approximately six in 10 registered voters think that the country is on the wrong track, and that the economy will get worse or stay the same in the next 12 months. According to Democratic pollster Peter Hart, "Election Day is coming, the hurricane force has not diminished and it is going to hit the Democrats head on."

But, what if... just what if... he and all of the other experts were wrong? What if all of the people who have not been polled (like just about everybody I know) got up and voted. And come November 3rd, The Republicans didn't have the House, didn't have the Senate, and everything these pollsters have been telling us was wrong?

I Might Dance In The Streets!

Columnist Ken Rosenthal must have something against the Philadelphia Phillies. He roots against us in almost every series. He had some choice words for the Yankees too. He wrote... "I will say the same thing about the Phillies that several New York columnists said about the Yankees and their decision to start righty A.J. Burnett on Tuesday night, while trailing by the same margin in their ALCS series, two games to one.

If the Yankees were so good, they should have figured out a way to hammer Rangers right-hander Tommy Hunter and overcome a typically heartbreaking performance by Burnett in Game 4. If the Phillies are so good, they should figure out a way to beat rookie left-hander Madison Bumgarner, even though Blanton will be starting for the first time in 21 days on Wednesday."

Needless to say, he and several "experts" are saying that both the Phillies and the Yankees are done this year. Their series aren't even over yet, but this is what the "experts "say. But, what if... what if they were wrong? What if they had to appear on television the next morning blubbering and stutturing?

I Might Dance In The Streets!

Just because pollsters and self-appointed experts tell you something is so, it doesn't necessarily mean make it so. Let us see what the end will be first.

I Might Dance In the Streets!


Sean said...

Interesting Read!

Sunflower said...

Very poetic!

2cute4u said...

hhahahahahha, had fun keith!


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