Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Obama, McCain and the "Undecided Voters"

Well the US elections are up soon, and though the rest of us aren't American we are all very interested in who the next Pres. is going to be, mainly because Americans interfere so much in everybody else's business.

Anyway, this isn't about the actual candidates, but about those who(m?) the press call the "Undecided Voters". Before I go on, I must warn you dear reader, that this is a completely unscientific discourse based solely on what I think.

Now if I was the Republicans, I'd be more worried about these "Undecided Voters" than usual. Why? Because Obama is black.

To be an "Undecided Voter" usually means:
-you are not voting along party lines and you will actually decide based on each candidate's merits...
-you don't care one way or the other, you didn't even know that there was an election going on this year....

This would mean that usually, there is a 50:50 chance that the voters can go one way or the other.

This time though, things are different: the undecided voter has another characteristic
....deciding based on ideas
....didn't know there was an election on this year
....not racist.

Why? Because the racist voter ( and unfortunately in America, there are many) must by virtue of their racism already have sided with McCain . This I must stress is no reflection on McCain and his ideas on the matter, the poor guy is probably very un-racist himself.

Hence the conclusion we reach is that undecided voters in this election are already skewed towards the democrats (or Obama to be more precise), because the undecided pool this year does not include any racist bastards.

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