I found this on Michelle Malkin's website:
The New York Times/CBS poll shows:
Sixty-nine percent of respondents believe Obama’s plan will hurt the quality of their own healthcare.
Seventy-three percent believe it would limit their access to tests and treatment.
Sixty-two percent believe Democrats’ proposals would require them to change doctors.
Seventy-six believe healthcare reform will lead to them paying higher taxes.
A whopping 77 percent expect their healthcare costs to rise.
That's the New York Slimes! That's the newspaper whose publisher, Arthur "Pinch" Sulzberger, is an extreme Obama worshiping Liberal. Does anyone need proof?
According to Stanley Kurtz:
One day, the elder Sulzberger asked his son what Pinch calls, "the dumbest question I've ever heard in my life." If an American soldier runs into a North Vietnamese soldier, which would you like to see get shot? Young Arthur answered, "I would want to see the American get shot. "If a Liberal newspaper conducts a poll of it's readers, and the poll shows an overwhelming opposition to that same newspaper's own ideology, is it then a legitimate poll?
Staunch defenders of the New York Slimes would insist any poll conducted by the "Gray lady" is legitimate. So how do the masses of Obama supporting Liberals who continue to defend this hare-brained scheme explain this apparent dichotomy? And why?
Let's dissect this concept.
Knowing, as we do, that Liberals don't typically watch what they consider to be Conservative biased news channels (read "FOX News").
And, knowing that Liberals don't typically listen to Conservative talk radio, such as Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Mark Levin, etc (with the exception of the unlawful so-called non-profit organizations, such as Media Matters).
And, also, knowing that Liberally biased radio and television stations and newspapers typically bury any stories that are contrary to their own ideology, if they mention them at all, doesn't this poll tell us much more than what's on the surface?
The readers of the New York Slimes, who are not Liberal are probably by now, harder to locate than good Kansas City style Barbeque in North Carolina.
Most Conservatives have long since abandoned the New York Slimes in favor of more unbiased and trustworthy reporting.
So, it isn't a stretch to assume the respondents to the New York Slime's poll are more likely to be Liberals than Conservatives.
And yet, the majority of the New York Slimes' respondents oppose Obama's over ambitious health care plan.
Is there a conclusion that can be logically drawn from this?