I don't know how many of you visit Neal Boortz's site every day but if you don't, here's a snipit of his from today's posting. He sums up very well the average Democrat voter. If you are considering voting with the Dems tomorrow then you should feel very comfortable with Neal's description of you...if you aren't, vote Republican...
While we're talking about the war against Islamic fascism, and the myrmidons who don't seem to recognize that we're even at war, let's not forget the largest Democrat voting block out there. There are tens of millions of Americans who have refused to accept the responsibilities of adulthood. These are Americans who will profess their love of freedom, but when it comes time to face the responsibilities they take a quick powder.
These Americans are unwilling to accept the responsibility for developing their own job skills and finding a job. They run from the responsibility of educating their children. In fact, many of them don't even feel it is their responsibility to provide for the care of their own children when they're off at their jobs! These Americans feel that their health care is someone else's responsibility too --- either their employer or the government. And God forbid that they should ever be held responsible for planning and funding their own retirement.
Every day these Americans wake up with one primary thought in mind. What can the government do today to relieve me of the responsibility for taking care of my own life.
These people will vote Democrat. There is nothing that will change their minds. Making sure that government continues to play the role of Mommy and Daddy to these voters was their primary motivation the last time the voted, and it will be their primary motivation tomorrow.
Put them together with those who despise economic liberty, those who believe America is great because of its government, those who suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Compassion Syndrome and those who see peace at any price, and tomorrow shapes up to be a disaster for our liberties and our security.
When you go to the polls tomorrow, think about what makes this country great to you. If it's the nanny-style government taking care of it's citizens from the cradle to the grave, you should vote D. If you believe America's greatness is derived from the economic freedom of it's citizens, our willingness to defend democracy, and our embracing of rugged individualism, then vote R.
If you don't know which Party best represents your beliefs, then what are you doing reading a political blog? Go back to getting your news from Entertainment Tonight and the Daily Show.