Mathematipolitically Speaking….

I estimate that the Democratic Party only gets about half its votes from Democrats. The other half come from people who, like me, are not Democrats . . . but also can’t stand Republicans, and make a habit of voting against them.

If you switch “Democrat” and “Republican” in that sentence, and remove “like me,” I wonder if it’s also true, the other way around?

Oh, wait . . . it is, as evidenced by numerous non-GOP supporters of the Tea Party.

[Shock]

Now I realize I am, mathematipolitically, a reflection of the Tea Party, over the line dividing Democrats and Republicans. No wonder they bug me so much.

1 thought on “Mathematipolitically Speaking….

  1. In England they call them “floating voters”, and of course the parties need their votes. They have the votes of their supporters anyway. the number of them increases yearly.

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