Post User Polls

Archive: April 4, 2010 - April 10, 2010

Are your allergies worse this year?

Rising temperatures have brought a higher pollen count, aggravating allergy-sufferers across the area. Read the full report....

By Jodi Westrick | April 9, 2010; 11:36 AM ET | Comments (5)

Is Glenn Beck sincere about politics?

Is Glenn Beck in it for the money? A new Forbes magazine article reveals how lucrative Glenn Beck's inflammatory politics are - and how politics may not even be his first love. As the piece, notes: "With a deadpan, Beck...

By Jodi Westrick | April 8, 2010; 4:44 PM ET | Comments (29)

Is Tiger Woods's new Nike commercial in poor taste?

Nike has unveiled a new commercial featuring Tiger Woods and the voice of his deceased father, Earl Woods, using recordings that appear as though he is addressing his son about his recent sex scandal. Your Browser DoesNot Support IFrames....

By Jodi Westrick | April 8, 2010; 9:59 AM ET | Comments (31)

Should proper nouns be allowed in new version of Scrabble?

Tuesday dawned with sputtering Scrabble fans dashing for their dictionaries: Appall! (10 points). Pox! (12 points). Crazy! (19 points). Zounds! (16 points). By day's end, they felt better: Phew. (12 points). Sheesh. (12 points). They wished they had enough tiles...

By Jodi Westrick | April 7, 2010; 10:43 AM ET | Comments (0)

Should the Redskins trade Albert Haynesworth?

A little more than a year ago, the Redskins made defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth the highest paid defensive player in the NFL. According to Washington Post Redskins reporter Jason Reid, the team is now attempting to trade the mammoth lineman. Regardless of reason for a potential move, would trading Haynesworth be a good idea for the Redskins? Weigh in below.

By Cameron Smith | April 6, 2010; 7:23 PM ET | Comments (81)

Do you agree with Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell's decision to declare April 2010 Confederate History Month?

Gov. Bob McDonnell (R) has quietly declared April 2010 Confederate History Month, bringing back a designation in Virginia that his two Democratic predecessors -- Mark Warner and Tim Kaine -- refused to do. Sen. A. Donald McEachin (D-Richmond) said he was "stunned" to learn of McDonnell's decision and even more stunned that the proclamation did not include any reference to slavery. "It's offensive,'' he said. Do you agree with Mcdonnell's move, which mirrors similar declarations from former Republican Virginia governors George Allen and Jim Gilmore? Weigh in below.

By Cameron Smith | April 6, 2010; 2:48 PM ET | Comments (67)

Should D.C.'s new streetcar system be run on overhead wires?

The District is putting down the first miles of track for a planned 37-mile streetcar network, a throwback of a kind popping up in many cities that advocates hope will bring back Washington's still-languishing neighborhoods. But what if the next...

By Jodi Westrick | April 6, 2010; 8:39 AM ET | Comments (7)

What did you think of Tiger's remarks?

By Jodi Westrick | April 5, 2010; 3:16 PM ET | Comments (4)

Should Michael Steele resign?

The Republican National Committee has been under scrutiny recently for its financial management. Does this error call for Chairman Michael Steele's resignation? Read the full article....

By Jodi Westrick | April 5, 2010; 10:01 AM ET | Comments (31)

RSS Feed
Subscribe to The Post

© 2011 The Washington Post Company