Rasmussen reports on the madhouse that is New Jersey:
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in the state, conducted Thursday night, shows Christie with 46% of the vote and Corzine with 43%. Those numbers are unchanged from earlier in the week and little changed from polling conducted the week before.The last four Rasmussen Reports polls have shown Christie with a very slight advantage ranging from two to four percentage points each time. Christie now leads by eight points among men while Corzine is up by two among women.
Here's the key:
Christie leads by seven points among those who are certain they will show up and vote.
Christie has to win by at least three points, as the Democratic election riggers, who did such a good job in Washington State and in Minnesota, are already working feverishly to create an additional pool of 10,000+ Corzine "votes", should they be necessary. And that's just the professionals; one can bet the small-fry crooks, pension pluggers, and handout queens will be in on the scam as well:
If this turns out to be a very close election, there are a lot of political operatives and Democrats who profit from the patronage system that infests the New Jersey government who are going to be willing to do just about anything to make sure that Jon Corzine is reelected.
I knew a guy who ran for the mayor of a local township; lost the election as a third-party candidate but got a much larger vote total than anticipated. When I next spoke with him to express my condolences, he gave me a wry smile and told me the voting booths were already stocked with hundreds of votes for the Democrats before the polls even opened, and neither he nor the other candidate ever had a chance.
I believe him. That's why a razor-thin win is the same as a loss; and cry as we might about an injustice, there's a greater chance that Eric Holder will convict a Black Panther than ever look into voter discrepancies in Jon "Cash" Corzine's state.
It's all about the turnout...