Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Barack Obama Loses Badly in new Spin Cycle Straw Poll; Charles Manson Wins big, carrying "Lesser Evil" Vote!

    A clear landslide for Charles Manson, Serial Killer
    NYC, Jun 28, 2011. President Barack Hussein Obama, D-Kenya, lost in a landslide when paired against convicted serial killer Charles Manson in the latest Spin Cycle Straw Poll.

    Roughly 90% of those voting selected Charles Manson as their choice when faced with a head to head race between Obama and Manson.

    This does not bode well for President Obama's reelection hopes. If he cannot beat a serial killer, then even Sarah Palin would have an easy time defeating him at the polls.

    Manson beat the President by a stunning  9 to 1 margin, proving that the Democrats do not have a lock on the "prison vote" as they had previously assumed. Normally, the felon vote goes heavily Democratic in elections.

    Our election experts tell us that while most criminals prefer Democrat candidates, due to their strong support for criminals rights, they also object to Obama's policy of making our nation weaker and devaluing our currency.

    One convicted armed robber told us "I work hard in the prison laundry for fourteen cents an hour. Thanks to this Kenyan dope, my fourteen cents an hour is only worth nine cents now. In the real world of prison life, this means fewer cigarettes for the same hours worked.

    Manson 89.3%     Obama 10.7%
    In a previous straw poll, where the President was paired against 9 potential Republican nominees, Obama only got 3% of the vote.

    This indicates that Obama does much better when running against a serial killer than when running against a Republican. But in either case, he loses badly.

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