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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

More Evidence That Democrats Are Nuts

Just in case you've missed it, a new Rassmussen poll shows that Rosie O'Donnell is more representative of the Democratic Party than one might think.

I said this myself last year and the column attracted the most venomous reponse of anything I've ever written. Now, Jonah Goldberg has taken a look at similar data and arrived and the same, unavoidable conclusion - Democrats are crazy.

Most fair-minded readers will no doubt take me at my word when I say that a majority of Democrats in this country are out of their gourds.

But, on the off chance that a few cynics won't take my word for it, I offer you data. Rasmussen Reports, the public opinion outfit, recently asked voters whether President Bush knew about the 9/11 attacks beforehand. The findings? Well, here's how the research firm put it: "Democrats in America are evenly divided on the question of whether George W. Bush knew about the 9/11 terrorist attacks in advance. Thirty-five percent of Democrats believe he did know, 39 percent say he did not know and 26 percent are not sure."

So, one in three Democrats believe that Bush was in on it somehow, and a majority of Democrats either believe that Bush knew about the attacks in advance or can't quite make up their minds.

There are only three ways to respond to this finding: It's absolutely true, in which case the paranoid style of American liberalism has reached a fevered crescendo. Or, option B, it's not true and we can stop paying attention to these kinds of polls. Or there's option C - it's a little of both.

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