Today the AP released yet another poll declaring that the Republicans are in trouble and the public doesn’t believe that Medicare and Social Security the cuts are not necessary

They’re not buying it. Most Americans say they don’t believe Medicare has to be cut to balance the federal budget, and ditto for Social Security, a new poll shows.

The Associated Press-GfK poll suggests that arguments for overhauling the massive benefit programs to pare government debt have failed to sway the public. The debate is unlikely to be resolved before next year’s elections for president and Congress.

And in this same poll the president has a 63% of those responding with a favorable opinion of him. Sounds pretty ominous for the GOP doesn’t it?

Unfortunately for those who actually like to be informed when reading what is supposed to be a news story you have to go deep into the AP numbers (not included in the story) to discover that the AP polled almost 2 democrats for every 1 republican (35% vs 18%). That’s not a poll that’s Psy-ops!

So lets ask the question: In a poll where the ratio of republicans to democrats are 2-1 how would you expect President Obama to do?

While you’re considering lets ponder something else: Including leaners Republicans made up 29% of this poll. That being the case if I’m the White House I’d think I’d be worried with 52% of respondents thinking the country is going in the wrong direction, wouldn’t you? With 29% of a sample being Republicans and 39% percent of the people asked disproving of the president that’s an awful lot of non-republicans disapproving isn’t it?

And with a sample at best a 3-2 democratic ratio and at worst a 2-1 we should expect democrats in this poll over republicans by at least a 60-67% shouldn’t we? Yet in this poll less than half the respondents trust democrats to manage the Deficit, Taxes, the Economy or protecting the country.

And with those same advantages what are the Trust numbers over 50% for dems in the poll? Social Security and creating Jobs 52%,Healthcare 53%, Medicare 54%.

If this is the best Democrats can do with a 2-1 or a 3-2 margin in polling what will they do in an actual election when the proportions will not be so favorable? Cripes George Bush has a 50% favorable rating in this poll!

If the MSM has to skew poll samples this badly to get the results they need, how confident must they be?

So when the MSM throws this poll in your face as part of their Psy-ops campaign there is only one answer:

Ride Right Through them They’re Demoralized as hell!

Question: Why have Oliver Willis and Think Progress both decided to attack Herman Cain this weekend?

Although Morning Joe and the MSM are enamored with John Huntsman, Pawlenty and Mitch Daniels (Mr. Cain doesn’t warrant a mention) they do not have a vote in this primary season (and in fact as Krauthammer points out they wouldn’t be voting Republican anyway).

Herman Cain managed to draw 15 thousand people in Atlanta (the most liberal City in Georgia) to make an “announcement” that was no surprise to any person in that crowd.

As Stacy put it this weekend:

The discomfiture of “Republican insiders” is a very good thing. Can we get a show of hands of anybody who thinks “Republican insiders” (you know, the guys who backed Dede Scozzafava and Charlie Crist) have a clue as to how to win elections? Anybody?

The left will tell you who they fear. Right now the attempt is to ignore Mr. Cain in the MSM while attacking him on the net. If he continues to draw crowds, expect the MSM to hit him in the same way they go after Palin and Bachmann.

Yesterday I posed some questions for Oliver Willis concerning his paid declaration of Herman Cain as a bigot.

The only answer I got was this tweet declaring that I don’t like Muslims.

You know if I was George Soros or Media Matters I’d expect more that a simple race card (or religion card in this case) for my money, but I guess when you are rich you can throw it around any way you want.

But that is the left in a nutshell, challenge them, and all they have is name calling.

I’ll let you know if Mr. Willis finds his tongue to answer my questions, perhaps I’ll tweet them to him.