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18 September 2014

Democrats Want Georgia's Future Decided by Low-Information Voters

Conservative Rush Limbaugh and Liberal Bill Maher are on the opposite ends of the political spectrum.

But on one thing, they agree.

Low-information voters are dumb dipshits.

Low-information voters are often described as useful idiots; people who are used by those who desire power to further their own cause.

Democrats in Georgia, above all else, desire power. Power is their only passion. Obtaining power is the principle Democrats believe in most. And they are not shy about enlisting useful idiots to achieve their goals.

Lately, there's been a lot of talk about DeKalb County Democrats authorizing Sunday voting in a fairly transparent attempt to boost turnout in their liberal stronghold.

Georgia State Senator Fran Millar (R - Atlanta) was very vociferous in his opposition to Sunday voting, saying that he didn't want more voters. He wanted educated and informed voters.

But that's not what Democrats want.

Democrats want more, in the words of liberal Bill Maher, dipshits. Democrats want more useful idiots. Democrats want more low-information voters to power the Carter/Nunn ticket to victory.

Low-information voters are people who vote for one candidate over another simply because a candidate has a better looking yard sign; has a better sounding name; or is supported by some silly little celebrity. Most low-information voters could not tell you the name of their county commissioner, sheriff, school board member, state Senator, state Representative, Member of Congress, or Governor. And this is not a racial thing. It is across the spectrum.

Low-information voters are the people who Democrats want deciding Georgia's future.

We have some very serious issues facing the great state of Georgia, and elections should not be decided by a group of people who keep up with the Kardashians more than they keep up with the ordinances their local county commission approves.

America already made one mistake when low-information voters put Obama in the White House twice, because it was the "cool and popular thing" to do. Georgia does not need to make the same mistake.