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March 22, 2012

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lincolnator

That's because Lincoln was a tyrant!

SomeMetryGuy

Sorry, but, your comments here on Roemer have to be taken in context with your prior comments on Roemer. You undermined your credibility when you didn't query him on grounds that he was irrelevant, which you somehow knew without polling. LOL And now you query him long after he's withdrawn from the GOP race? Your statement here isn't even factually accurate because he's left the GOP.

Some people read and remember and think.

I'm not sure what you hope to accomplish with flim-flam but Roemer's running on Americans Elect now. http://bit.ly/ElectRoemer

You ought to poll about Americans Elect.
Unless you've already determined that the first online presidential primary in history is also irrelevant?

Keep singing your lullabies but people are waking up anyway.

John

I haven't seen any polls for Maryland's upcoming primary on April 9. Will you all be conducting one? It seems like few people even bother to poll Marylanders, even on local issues. I'm wondering if there will be a Santorum surprise (ew) or if Romney will win as people just assume. Also very curious to see how Marylanders would react to the probable ballot measure on whether or not to overturn the recent same sex marriage law.

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