I have really got to catch the last snippet of whatever 她 said before 她 knocked 他 out - 你谁 something.
I wondered for a moment if I should acknowledge the willingness of a publication to release its own poll despite that poll opposing what the publication tends toward. (Trying to fix this, at a guess.) Then I remembered reading about what Madam Term Limits decided to dismiss and yeah, I'll acknowledge the poll, and all the other 'outliers' that make her party a running joke. (That's four separate polling organizations, though there may be some room to consider roughly 1,000 to 1,900 respondents as 'not that big of a sample.') Talking over others, politician, is only effective when it's not application of reading material.
Speaking of application of reading material, how about this as an example for the following quotes:
"If that's what you have to say to win, fine." Which got the memo first, your office or your broker?
Switching with this because it's useful information and a sentiment I like. (Hah! Peel it! Told you!)