How about this: figuring out people's politics by their menu choices
QUOTE For example, Dr Pepper is a Republican soda. Pepsi-Cola and Sprite are Democratic. So are most clear liquors, like gin and vodka, along with white wine and Evian water. Republicans skew toward brown liquors like bourbon or scotch, red wine and Fiji water.
When it comes to fried chicken, he said, Democrats prefer Popeyes and Republicans Chick-fil-A.
“Anything organic or more Whole Foods-y skews more Democratic,” Mr. Dowd said. UNQUOTE
Who knew the pollsters were rifling through our grocery store receipts, garbage and credit histories to find our preferences? And what about the Crunchy Cons and the Left Libertarians?
Do they just exist to confuse the pollsters?
A man I know works for Gallup, the bigtime polling group. He was so confused after the New Hampshire primary. "They lied to us" he kept saying. Disappointed.
Right. As if whatever some poor droning college kid wage slave in a call center asks you while you're busy helping with homework, making dinner, feeding the pets, geting ready for work etc etc is going to be answered with perfect truthful candor. Or maybe they all DID answer the pollsters truthfully, and the Diebolds were hacked.
I'm going for some free-range eggs and whole wheat toast. Can anybody tell me how I'll be voting?