How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

When godless homosexuals attack...

..the AFA drops its poll. Remember the AFA poll on gay-marriage that generated bru-haha all over LJ, as the results fluctuated, and so forth? The AFA has decided not take the results to congress because those god-hating homosexual activists "did a number on it". The link "escaped" it's intended audience (the poll had an intended audience? Why yes senator, 90% of the conservatives we polled are against gay marriage and civil unions).

Mind you, anyone who wants to prove anything with an online poll is a moron. There's no controls. There's no random sampling. While more liberal types might say, "2-1 in favor of gay marriage! We win!", you're wrong, and probably a terrible loser. Think about how that link was passed around, just on LJ alone. People like us skewed the poll, and it represents nothing.

But I can still laugh at them.

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