1. At an earlier juncture, I merely disagreed with the Progressives/Liberals/Democrats. Strongly. 2. I came to understand that they were less informed, less educated than the Right. I came to name the “Party of the Uninformed.” a. Yet, I always thought that education was the problem, and given the same facts that we on the Right have, they would join up. b. They were the “reliable Democrat voters.” 3. A very astute observer of the political scene revealed the reality: “Not facts, nor data, nor experience, nor rational debate will convince Liberals.” Of course, therein lies the explanation for this election. a. “Liberals don't read books – they don't read anything … That's why they're liberals. They watch TV, absorb the propaganda, and vote on the basis of urges.” (Coulter) 4. If they did, they might have wandered into “Democracy in America,” by Alexis de Tocqueville. Almost 200 years ago, he wrote about the charm and the effect of Liberalism: In the 1830’s, he described “an immense, tutelary power, which takes sole charge of assuring their enjoyment and of watching over their fate.” As he predicted, this power is “absolute, attentive to detail, regular, provident, and gentle,” and it “works willingly for their happiness, but it wishes to be the only agent and the sole arbiter of that happiness.” Sounds great, eh? And, so many vote for exactly that. a. But he also suggest that folks ask whether it can “relieve them entirely of the trouble of thinking and of the effort associated with living.” 6.Doubt that “Not facts, nor data, nor experience, nor rational debate will convince Liberals”? Check this out: a. When Obama whispered to the Russians that he’d be more ‘flexible’ after the election…who among the Obama voters asked what was the flexibility, or why he was whispering it? b. The uneducated and uncaring Obama voter claimed ‘Bush lied!,’ As a candidate in 2008, Barack Obama promised that if he was elected president he would not issue declarations known as signing statements that thwart the intent of laws passed by Congress….then did so his first week in office. Did "Obama Lies" become a bumper-sticker? c. The obtuse Obama voter endorsed the Constitution by an ‘atta boy’ when Obama claimed to be a Constitutional law professor….but when he issued an executive order obviating a law, the Clinton welfare bill [“Government Accountability Office (GAO) on Tuesday confirmed that President Barack Obama did in fact change the rules in Bill Clinton’s landmark Welfare Reform Act despite the Obama administration's claims to the contrary. “], ….not a whimper. Seems they didn’t understand the designation ‘Legislative Branch.’ They forgot all about the Constitution. d. While denying any proclivity toward Marxism, the ‘reliable Democrat voter’ rushed to pull the lever for a 20-year congregant of a James Cone inspired Black-Liberation church. Cone: “Marxism as a tool of social analysis can… help Christians to see how things really are.” Cone, “For My People: Black Theology and the Black Church,” p. 187. “You Didn’t Build That!” e. When the Obama administration was involved with incidents in which Americans were killed, ‘Fast and Furious,’ and Benghazi….they chose stone-walling as the strategy of choice. Seems that 'Bush Lied, People Died' didn't really mean anything to 'em. f. Make a fuss about separation of religion from the public arena…but complain about voting for Romney because of his religion. And that Mormonism having been historically unkind to black folks….but support a party that produced Jim Crow laws, and fought against anti-lynching laws. 7. So, who elected this failed President to a second term? The Pod People. No longer "The Uninformed," or simply 'reliable Democrat voters'..... they are the Pod People. Subsumed in an unthinking alien philosophy which allows no thought or reasoning. Pods. No longer people: Pods. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-jzblCbsuA]Invasion of the Body Snatchers - Trailer - YouTube[/ame] Now, all of us live, not in the United States of America....but in The Latter-day League of Legumes.