You won’t read too many threads with more inane arguments than this one. So under the logic of some in the aforementioned thread, nobody had internet access and C-Span wasn’t available in 2008. If you’re going to add hypothetical “internet/C-Span” numbers to Ryan’s numbers, you’d have to do the same for the “internet/C-Span” viewers of Palin’s speech in 2008. The one thing that stands out from a comparison of the television numbers is just how much more dependent on Fox News viewers Paul Ryan was compared to Governor Palin, who drew a significantly broader audience.
How many of you at about this time last year were on a flight to Iowa?