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TheCameron February 10th, 2014 1:40am

Do you think that saying the author of a quote on a quote agree/disagree poll may affect the results?

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146787456777 .......
02/09/14 8:00 pm

quote something from Obama and let's find out lol

146787456777 .......
02/09/14 9:34 pm

Yea he works too, lol I just had to poke some fun at the republicans, I swear they'd be against abolishing all federal taxes if Obama was for it.

Vietman manhattan
02/10/14 12:48 pm

Aura, it think you are confusing republicans with libertarians, republicans need federal taxes to support their military.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
02/09/14 7:12 pm

Maybe, but I voted no. An unattributed quote isn't a quote, it's just words. In other words, it affects the results, but only because the context of a life's work is missing when Joe Everyday accidentally says something that sounds smart.

Praetorianus Fair enough.
02/09/14 6:45 pm

Yes, you can probably come up with a smart looking quote by Hitler asking if people agree and the results would differ depending whether or not you disclose the source.

TheCameron UCF
02/09/14 6:55 pm

I heard JFK stole and changed some hitler quotes including think not what your country can do for you think what can you do for your country. That might just be a myth though.

Joshua77 Jesus is Lord
02/09/14 6:42 pm

Yes, because it gives the yore context.

skinner Jersey City
02/09/14 6:41 pm

Yes absolutely. That's why I don't include the name of the person who said the quote until the comment section when I do quote polls.

TheCameron UCF
02/09/14 6:41 pm

Sorry for it being worded awkwardly.