December 25, 2005
Peace on Earth
I will be taking some time off this week to rest, recharge and spend some time with my family. I'll be back in the New Year. So from my family to yours, whether you are celebrating Christmas, Hanukka, Kwansa, the New Year or just a few days off to relax, we wish you a season of peace.
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We will be waiting for you :)
Posted by: Kate | Dec 27, 2005 7:51:47 AM
Happy holidays to you as well. When you get back in the new year, I'd be curious to read your take on the recent polling on the NSA done by Rasmussen Reports. It seems like a pretty biased poll and the numbers are just plain weird--only 66% of Americans support spying on "terrorism suspects."
Posted by: Chris Woods | Dec 30, 2005 1:30:04 AM
Here is something else to look into in 2006. It seems Survey USA deletes their bad polls before calculating their record and making comparisons. They were way off in a preliminary round in the Los Angeles mayoral race earlier this year, but that survey has disappeared from their site. What other surveys have been deleted?
There is a guaranteed failure rate with polling, so why do pollsters not want to admit that?
Happy New Year!
Posted by: Jay | Dec 30, 2005 11:03:25 AM
Enjoy your holiday with the family. You have earned it. Your reference to Christmas and Hanukka is in keeping with the season. Kwanza is a "Hallmark Holiday" which has no basis for being included with religous celebrations. By far, the most African American celebration this season and every season is the birth of Our Savior Jesus Christ.
Posted by: Big Hill | Jan 2, 2006 3:28:29 PM
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