For now on, Republicans can no longer point to Rasmussen or any of the mini-Rasmussen polling outfits for proof that your candidate is winning. Why? Because as last night proved, Rasmussen was wildly wrong. Rasmussen was 10 points off the mark in Connecticut, 7 in Colorado, 7 in Iowa, 7 in New Hampshire, 7 in Wisconsin, 5 in Virginia, 4 in Nevada, 4 in Michigan, 3 in Florida, 3 in North Carolina, 3 in Minnesota and 2 in Ohio. That average bias to the Mitt Romney in these farse polls was 5.2% That is wholly unacceptable and Scott Rasmussen must be drummed out of the polling business today. But he won’t be because Republicans need their own alternate reality to live in, a reality punctured only every four years when the Democrats win elections. And then they cry voter fraud, which is fraud that usually Republicans commit.