I just came across this story on CNN.com about undecided voters. I was planning on writing a brief rant about being undecided at this point in the election, so naturally it gave me an opening to do just that. Plus, the guy is from Nebraska. The CNN.com story tells the tale and provides a video from Kevin Sheen of Lincoln, a registered Democrat who voted for Bush in 2004. You didn't hallucinate that last sentence. If you're a registered Democrat who voted for Bush in 2004, I'm not surprised that you can't make up your mind in this election because it's pretty clear that you lack the mental resources to make intelligent decisions. I think voting for President Bush was one bad decision. Registering as a Democrat when you clearly are not was the second bad choice. You also won't be surprised to know the issue that has Kevin torn to pieces. If you answered abortion, you get a gold star and a donkey punch.
Let's say you were a Democrat who voted for Bush because you didn't like that John Kerry wanted to kill all those unborn babies. You cast your ballot in 2004, and 4 years later, abortion is not only legal, but you've got blood on your hands from a protracted war in Iraq and children in poverty without health insurance right here in the good old US of A. And yet, here Kevin is, back in the same dilemma that he and other pro-life idiots face as long as they believe the lies they are told about the Republican agenda on abortion. Kevin's problem is not that he's undecided. That's the least of his issues. His problem is that he's been had, bamboozled, taken out back and bent over, whatever you want to call it, and he's back for more in 2008.
In fact, scientists believe that there is no such thing as an undecided voter. You've either made up your mind already and haven't come to terms with it or you've decided and don't want to tell other people about it. I think Kevin belongs in a third category of idiots who didn't learn their lesson from 8 years of the Bush Administration. How much do you want to be he votes for McCain?