With the presidential election looming, many ask how anyone can still be undecided. The Associated Press recently interviewed some of those voters. Their answers didn’t bring much clarity.
Texas native Robert Dohrenburg said he voted for Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush but not George W. Bush. He supported Barack Obama in 2008. He’s decided to vote for Obama again but he wishes Ron Paul had won the GOP nomination.
So Dohrenburg has supported the most conservative president in living memory and the most liberal president in living memory. Now he plans to stick with a liberal president because Ron Paul, who’s often to the right of Reagan, isn’t the GOP nominee.
If such political split personalities bother you, imagine how tough it must be for the presidential campaigns that must tailor their sales pitch to these voters.