A big-time bettor was asked: “Do you think handicappers can forecast the outcome of the presidential election better than polls?” He didn’t hesitate. “Polls can be inaccurate. People may say what is politically correct, the questions may be leading, the pollsters may be biased. A pollster can still bill for an inaccurate poll. Bookmakers must make an accurate line or they lose — period.” “Gamblers have more experience with cheaters,” he said. “They take voter fraud into their metrics. Polls don’t.
Archive for November 3rd, 2008
HERE WE AREâ€¦.ONE DAY BEFORE the American people decide who will reside in the White, govern from the Oval office and lead our Nation out of the wilderness that Bush and his â€œCrime Familyâ€ got us lost into. So now, once more The Lang Report presents some of the hottest and most current stories on Barack Obama and Joe Bidenâ€™s Presidential campaign:
Have asked yourself why the United States has not figured out how to hold a â€œbullet proofâ€ election where the winner is actually the individual chosen by those that voted? Weâ€™ve landed men on the moon, transplanted hearts and built computers that fit in the palm of your hand but have yet to achieve a problem-free voting system that does the job. Our neighbor, Canada, seems to have little problems with their Federal elections. Could a solution to our dilemma be right across our northern border? Letâ€™s take a lookâ€¦..