[Rushtalk] Other Side Pulling For Trump?!?

Tom Matiska tom.matiska at att.net
Fri Jan 6 23:32:50 MST 2017


I wouldn't assume the other 43 percent responded negatively to the poll..... but I might assume they no habla ingles.... Tom
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Stephen Frye <stephen.frye at outlook.com> wrote:

>Facebook is NOT a good sampling for opinions.  Nor is it a valid cross section of any population.
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>                    Must be so, Dennis. I've run into a lot of them on FACEBOOK.
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>On 1/6/2017 3:50 PM, Dennis Putnam wrote:
>What about the other 43%? They want Trump to fail so the country collapses?
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>On 1/6/2017 3:39 PM, John Quayle wrote:
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