So, yeah. I was kinda just on CNN and/or in "The Situation Room." I sent an email to the Cafferty File (first time ever), and he read it on air. The best part, he said the word "wingnut" on national television.
Here’s my question to you: Why are so many voters undecided so late in the race?
Interested to know which ones made it on air?
There is no way that 7 percent of the electorate is undecided at this stage in the process. Uninformed, uninterested, unwilling to share? Perhaps. But not undecided.
Greg from Miami, Florida writes:
When making a decision some people start out without a goal. They don’t exactly know what they’re looking for, but they’ll somehow recognize it when they see it. You might say they’re looking for inspiration. So I’m guessing that those who haven’t decided yet don’t really know what they want in the next president, and they haven’t been sufficiently inspired by either candidate.
Real simple. I hate both candidates. I hate having to choose between two totally terrible choices. I am a veteran and have fought for my country, sacrificed for this country, and love this country. I feel there is no party that truly represents me and my family.
People who have not yet made up their mind by this point apparently have no mind to make up. You have to be a wingnut to still be on the fence in this election.
You hit the nail on the head, Jack. Anyone who hasn’t been able to make up his mind about this race at this point — after two years of campaigning and three debates — lacks the mental acuity to make such an important decision. And that’s what scares me. The future of our country is essentially in the hands of these swing voters. Why should the rest of use be subject to the whims of people I wouldn’t trust to decide if I “want fries with that?”
John from Santa Barbara, California writes:
It’s like a girl thing. They have made up their minds, but they just love being asked.