My impoverished heirs will no doubt regret, as I do, that I never went into political polling as a paying profession.
House Republicans heard it loud and clear Wednesday: They are unpopular and need to change their ways....
That was the message delivered by the party’s most trusted pollsters during the first day of the House GOP’s retreat at [Williamsburg, Va.'s] posh Kingsmill Resort.
To dream of submitting an extravagant bill for statistical services rendered, such as uncovering Mitt Romney's "inability to connect to voters." And I can hear it--I can just hear the cries go up from my incurably benighted audience: OK, so that's not good, right? And the fact that Romney "lost his bid for the White House ... because no one identified with the aloof-seeming wealthy former venture capitalist" is potentially dangerous to us, too?
Yes, ladies and gentlemen of the GOP, it's true. It's all true, or so I'd affirm with a knowing swagger. And I'd have the self-profiting numbers to prove it--which these clowns would already know if they weren't so fantastically stupid.