No one is arguing that online polls are scientific, accurate, or fair. But then don't put them up on your website. (click for full size) Candidates
September 4, 2007

No one is arguing that online polls are scientific, accurate, or fair. But then don't put them up on your website. (click for full size)

Kucinich wins online poll at Edwards dot com

Candidates seem to think its a good idea to let their supporters have loose cannons "blogs within blogs" at their campaign websites. No one paid by Edwards put this poll on his website. Then again, no one paid me to post the results here, either. Hint for so-called Democratic frontrunners, ABC dot com, and anyone doing a survey of how actual voters feel about actual issues. Looks like Kucinich supporters could show you how to use this new "email" technology. It seems to be rather effective.

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