Friday, December 09, 2011


The other day I tweeted that someone should poll Michigan to see if we had been infected yet. The answer is yes. See what happens when you don't take your shots?

GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich has pulled slightly ahead of favorite son Mitt Romney among voters likely to participate in Michigan's Feb. 28 presidential primary election, according to a poll released today.

Gingrich was the choice of 30.75 percent of likely voters, passing Romney, the choice of 28.74 percent, according to the survey of Michigan voters likely to participate in the open primary, said John Yob, CEO of Strategic National, a Grand Rapids political consulting firm.

Fickle, fickle, fickle, these Republicans are. How could you ever trust them when they change candidates so often?

More polls: MIRS released a poll last night that shows Romney up 48-33, and third place went to Bachmann at 11. Here's the stupid thing though - they didn't include Paul, Huntsman, or Santorum in the poll, so how can it be credible?

Waiting on an EPIC...