I'd be more interested in their actual methods than who's writing on the site, m'self. You are, however, welcome to bring forth your own polls from a
wacko right-wing more Republican source, Zamdrist. I'm pretty sure they're saying the same thing: Obama is a crazy foreign terrorist who wants to bring down the great US of A.
Rather, I'll just express my opinion, for objectivity in new media is non existent. So swapping polls and amateur blog posts is rather pointless. No more so than my opinions too I suppose.
While calling Obama a 'socialist' would just be inflammatory, many of his ideals and policies are in the same vein as that of socialism. Health care for all, and penalizing private businesses for handing out bonuses are two examples.
I don't really give a rats ass either way if he was born abroad or here. I've never thought of him as anything but a U.S. citizen. Raising that argument is self defeating anyhow, for Biden would only be worse, next in line. Obama is doing fine himself screwing things up nicely.
Believing he wants terrorism to win is equally silly. Even if his policies are flawed, and badly. So we are going to try these terrorists in civilian courts, believing that the rest of the world will see us as standing up for justice and our own rule of law, as if this will placate the 'moderate terrorists'. At the same time the administration is assuring everyone of the outcome. How can you have a fair and just trial, if you're going to guarantee the outcome? And while I support the use of drone attacks on known terrorists, how can they justify that at the same time? No trial, no nothing, just splat
States seceding? I don't know what that would accomplish but further divide us.
Palin is no more, or less qualified for office than Obama. She at least has some experience in more than one executive position. Obama is an 'organizer', a lawyer and a legislator, furthermore it shows, doesn't it? But frankly, I don't think either of them are qualified for the position.
So though I lean Republican, and Libertarian, it seems I don't have much in common with the sample set that makes up this poll.