"Chuck Todd: NV not safe for Obama anymore"
I really enjoyed the "Minority Report" flick even though it had a really stupid plot. I mean that idea about using psychic "Pre-Cogs" to figure out where future murders are going to happen was really dumb. Plus how would you like to be a Pre-Cog? Floating around in a swimming pool 24/7 while your fellow Pre-Cogs are fouling the water? However, as stupid as the plot premise was there were all sorts of really cool technical gizmos, such as mechanical spider-like critters that could record stuff while not being noticed. I've read that since that movie came out, the army is using similar mechanical critters to monitor terrorists. However, the coolest thing about "Minority Report" that has become widespread recently, is that giant touch screen. If you saw that movie, you saw how all sorts of images could be moved around and manipulated on the big screen by hand. Well, Minority Report big screens have become a big hit in network newsrooms. The biggest fan of such Minority Report touch screens has to be Chuck Todd of NBC. Chuck's eyes always brighten up when, with a swoop of the hand, he changes a blue state red and enthusiastically moves it onto the Obama side of the screen and then taps another part of the screen to show The One's total electoral votes piling up. He loves doing this so much that I think Minority Report Chuck gets some kind of kinky sexual thrill moving those states around the screen. Minority Report Chuck always seems to use polls favoring Obama and pretty much avoids using polls showing McCain leading in a previously blue state...until now. It's pedal to the metal time and Minority Report Chuck needs to avoid looking like a fool. Before it was safe to sweep red states over to the blue side but these results can be verified as to what happens in just 5 days so Minority Report Chuck has suddenly become much more cautious as you can see in this DUmmie THREAD titled, "Chuck Todd: NV not safe for Obama anymore." So let us now watch the DUmmies get nervous in Bolshevik Red over the fact that Minority Report Chuck isn't so free anymore with sweeping states on the big screen into the Obama camp while the commentary of your humble correspondent, wondering if there is a Pre-Cog union to improve their working conditions, is in the [brackets]:
Chuck Todd: NV not safe for Obama anymore
[Minority Report Chuck's sweep hand just came to a halt with the election just days away.]
He said that at one time it was safe for Obama but all the polls now do not show that anymore...is this right?
[Minority Report Chuck used to look like he was having an Obasm while sweeping red states to the blue side of the screen.]
Chuck Todd is usually pretty good, but he's off-base here. Even CNN has moved Nevada into Obama's category and they tend to be more careful about moving toss-up states. The reality is that early voting turnout has been huge in Nevada and the Democrats are outvoting the Republicans 53% to 30% in this state.
[Minority Report Chuck is only "off-base" because he is facing a reality check in a few days.]
Polls were tied there for a long time, Obama pulled ahead in the last weeks. But just because not every has him up by double-digits, does not mean McCain is winning there...
[Keep that happy thought in your mind, DUmmie. It will make it so much easier that way.]
Too bad we don't keep track of what "pundits" say and get a true picture of them.
[The polls and pundits all predicted Obama would have big wins against Hillary in the New Hampshire and California primaries. Does that make you feel better?]
Josh Marshall at TPM said yesterday that Obama is still ahead in Nevada.
[Oh, if Josh Marshall said it then it MUST be true.]
I was shocked to hear Chuck Todd say this because I was just over at RCP and NV looks for Obama...I was wondering if there was some new poll that came out that I did not know about and was not yet posted over at RCP.
[There will be a new poll coming out on the evening of election day. Hee! Hee!]
I still remember a recent Senate election here in Colorado where Ted Strickland was polling five points ahead of Wayne Allard with three days to go - and Allard ended up winning.
[But...but how could that have happened? It is a scientific fact that polls are absolutely accurate.]
John King was on CNN last night saying that even the McCain staffers will tell them that they think Nevada is slipping away for them....oh well, it's McCain who really NEEDS Nevada anyway.
[John King? Well, there's an absolutely reliable source. But what the hell was King thinking when he hooked up with Dana Bash? That certainly does call his judgment into question. Time for you to take a nice dip into the highly urinated Pre-Cog pool.]