Poll: Rand Paul Surges Ahead of Palin Among Voters Who Describe Themselves as Morons

by Ben Hoffman

MINNEAPOLIS – (The Borowitz Report) – In a sign of his increasing prominence in the so-called Tea Party movement, a new poll shows Kentucky senatorial candidate Rand Paul topping former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin among voters who describe themselves as morons.

In the poll, conducted by the University of Minnesota’s Opinion Research Institute, 42% preferred Paul, 36% preferred Palin, and the remaining 22% were unsure what the word “prefer” meant.

According to Davis Logsdon, who supervised the poll for the University of Minnesota, Paul’s surging popularity among morons is bad news for Palin, who previously had a lock on that important constituency.

“I never thought I’d say that, but if Palin is going to stay competitive with Paul, she’s going to have to start dumbing down her message.”

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3 Comments to “Poll: Rand Paul Surges Ahead of Palin Among Voters Who Describe Themselves as Morons”

  1. Mr. Hoffman,

    Moron, ” A person of mild mental retardation having a mental age of from 7 to 12 years and generally having communication and social skills enabling some degree of academic or vocational education. ”

    It pretty much sounds like anyone too stupid to be able to vote correctly in a Florida voting booth in 2000, or anyone receiving assistance from ACORN .

    🙂

  2. Ben, thanks for making me laugh!
    Alan, thanks for brining me back down to earth.

  3. the new sense,

    “Alan, thanks for brining me back down to earth.”

    I’m glad someone here gets something out of my words.

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