Skip to comments.How insider Nate Silver was able to make better 2012 predictions- The IRS card. Morris owed apology
Posted on 05/28/2013 2:18:58 PM PDT by NoLibZone
Given that we now know that the Federal government used its full weight and resources to stop the voter participation in the 2012 elections we know see how an insider could make better predictions.
You really put a lot of effort into this post.
Then Barone and the rest would have known.
You really have to appreciate the exhaustive research, the incisive insights and the convincing conclusions.
Truly, a landmark work...
At least he has a Thesis.
Watch out, he might want to suck your toes in appreciation.
You two are unaware that the iRS was used to stop Conservative groups from partipating in the 2012 election.
And that Nate SIlver is an insider.
I believe you guys.
Start your education with a paper you must truly believe:
The Los Angele Times
Or Nate Silver could have just looked at the polls, averaged them, and seen the Obama was likely going to win
“You really have to appreciate the exhaustive research, the incisive insights and the convincing conclusions.
Truly, a landmark work...”
Yes, but has this been peer reviewed?
We should start a class action suit against the IRS for voter fraud and supression....
Here’s a thread for some of our Daily Kos Moles that are unaware of whats going on.
Or that what they could do would be enough to swing the election to him?
Unfortunately, peer review is not possible because of the lost data, or the refusal to produce it.
No $hit, $herlock.
That's been patently obvious from the moment that conscious targeting of Tea Party groups was established.
It's hardly news.
Whether or not Silver, a baseball stathead, was in the scam is interesting -- at a certain level -- but largely irrelevant.
C'mon, be of good humor. We're just funnin' with ya.
Here's the thing - 501(c)(3) and (c)(4) groups are not supposed to "participat[e] in the 2012 election" (or any other election) in any meaningful way. Partisan political groups do not qualify for that status. So, I'm not sure that targeting conservative/tea party nonprofits would have stopped groups conservative/tea party groups from participating in the election, since the organizations that were targeted were not (or should not have been) involved in partisan political activities.
Nate Silver is nothing but a partisan hack.
Well if the rule you’re obviously in favor of was followed by the dumbocrats, we’d have no participation by Media Matters, Rock the Vote, and ACORN. But the last time I checked, they weren’t following the rules as written, although we’re supposed to? With people like you at the helm, we’ll never win these battles.
we know see how an insider could make better predictions.
We know. See?
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