Wednesday, May 30, 2012 2:56 PM
WOW! First of all, Dustin Ingalis isn't a political consultant. Nice try, Gary. He's employed by PPP (Public Policy Polling). So, let's ALL get that straight first off.
You posted that about Dustin, I'm sure, to show that you are against him and what he did...and then, you never mentioned him again in your little diatribe here. Guess you could "say" that you posted something negative about Dustin if ever questioned about him or just to show you do go against something "wrong" in our polling environment. You're slick, gotta say that, Gary.
Dustin is employed by Public Policy Polling (PPP) and he went to a democratic event and told them what they needed to do to win over McCrory. Yeah, that's what "non-partisan" polling agencies do, Youbetcha.
Nice try, Gary.
Here's the scoop: "other day Dustin Ingalis, one of the PPP’s pollsters, went down to Fayetteville and explained to the local Democratic Men’s Club what the Democrats need to do to defeat Pat McCrory this fall – he said, “To win… we have to absolutely eviscerate McCrory… we have to just slash McCrory… death by a thousand cuts.”