posted on Oct, 11 2012 @ 10:20 PM
reply to post by HostileApostle
I don't think that your claims are accurate or fair.
Disclaimer - I was undecided as of a few weeks ago, but have now decided.
To non-partisan people, the decision is not as clear as choosing a party based on established platforms. The decision might be easy for those who
have all of their opinions fitting perfectly into one side or the other. But for those who are analyzing many different issues, and the platforms and
history of various candidates, it is more of weighted calculation based on many factors that are not totally clear. One may like the foreign policies
of one but the economic policies of another, etc. etc. And then throw in deciding who do you trust to do the job, which is also based on weeding
through propaganda and facts to determine which are accurate.
So, being undecided is not necessarily ignorance, but more being very conscientious about being sure that you are making the right decision.
Undecided are more likely to be non-partisan. That is why they are the ones the politicians work to woo. To call them morons is insulting and
edit on 10/11/12 by BlueAjah because: changed ignorant to morons, as that is what he called them