Reading aldotcom in large doses might affect your perspective, cognitive abilities and reasoning skills
How out of touch are al.com’s employees?
Read John Archibald or Kyle Whitmire any day and you will get that answer. These guys have been railing on Alabama government for years, and even they would tell you that they have done a pretty poor job of convincing anyone that their positions are the way the state should go.
To describe them as failures is an insult to actual failures like Hillary Clinton, who al.com obviously endorsed before she was obliterated by Alabama voters.
So, it should come as no surprise that the average readers of al.com are equally as out of touch with the average Alabamian because they are consuming a daily digest of anti-Alabama liberal media bile that could best be described as irrelevant and antagonistic to the politics and culture of the state of Alabama.
Former Yellowhammer News editor-in-chief Cliff Sims said it best when he called them a sports blog with a liberal bias.
Because of this, it should come as no surprise that they are attempting to pass off an online poll of their readers as representative of anything close to the opinion of the state of Alabama, but here you go.
It may be a small, and certainly unscientific sample, but it sure seems like folks in Alabama are ready for marijuana to be legal. https://t.co/ZVwwd9cYOs
— Ramsey Archibald (@RamseyArchibald) February 18, 2020
Actually, it doesn’t seem like that at all. Even Ramsey Archibald knows that.
Nationally, according to a Pew Research poll in late 2019, 69% of Americans favor some kind of legalization of marijuana. Of those who want to legalize marijuana, 59% want recreational and medical legalization and 32% want just medical legalization.
That’s a national poll — this is Alabama.
Love it or hate it, like the employees at al.com do, you have to acknowledge that there is nowhere near 83% support for recreational marijuana in this state.
Instead of legalizing marijuana, we might want to consider limiting the consumption of al.com for some of their readers whose brains are clearly being damaged by the content.
All polls like this do is show that the readership of al.com is far-left, out-of-touch and completely irrelevant in Alabama politics — just like the authors they read.