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12/15/2005

Oh 'WorldNet,' you're so deliciously busted

by Jeremy Hooper

Below you will see two World Net Daily polls. The one on the top we captured this morning at 9:50 AM. The one on the bottom we capped at 11:43 PM.

Notice anything fishy about the "Yes I'm curious to see what all the hubbub is about" field? This morning it was in the lead with 2034 votes. Yet the strangest thing happened over a period of fourteen hours -- that particular answer seems to have mysteriously lost 737 votes.

9:15 AM
Wnd2
11:34 PM
Wnd1

We're like sooo totally confused -- why would a site that routinely dedicates ink to anti-gay attacks and general homophobic rhetoric want to skew a poll so that the pro-homo side looks like it's losing? It makes absolutely no sense.

**UPDATE: Just 10 mere minutes after our posting, the number has now mysteriously jumped up to 2044 and is growing exponentially every time we refresh. So nobody voted "yes" all day but now all of a sudden gay-friendly people are just popping out of the wood works? Strange how that happens. Oh and also, the "Other" field has lost 941 votes over the course of the day. Just shady.

Will you see 'Brokeback Mountain,' the story of 'gay' cowboys in love? [WND Poll]

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