Your typical "yes" voter may seem American on the surface but once you dig deeper you will find the following:
1. They negotiate with terrorists.
Threaten their children and they break faster than an Obama promise. The reason America has a policy against this is because it then becomes the preferred tactic of the terrorist and they will ALWAYS come back for more.
2. They vote with other people's wallets.
Votes no for a sales tax and general income tax but will vote yes for a cigarette tax increase (since they don't smoke) and a tax on the "rich" (since they aren't rich) and corporations (since they aren't corporations).For some this gives a misplaced feeling of generosity while others are simply lining their own wallets.
3. They are dependent.
When the typical yes voters grandfather or greatgrandfather looked at someone who was rich and successful they admired the person. They saw opportunity for themselves. When they looked at a corporation they had dreams of starting their own small business and turning it into the next General Motors Company.
This generation now is jealous of the bourgeois and merchant class. Rather than strive to be rich themselves they get more pleasure in tearing down the successful. Rather than earning and becoming independent they are satisfied holding their hands out for whatever scraps of health care, social security or housing that their government masters will dole out.
When politicians give speeches about protecting the "vulnerable" they proudly adopt that badge. "I'm vunerable so I matter" they think.
4. They are liars.
The only time you ever see a liberal be enthusiastic about keeping people in prison is when they are trying to raise taxes. Now that they have the money they can continue to feel sorry for criminals and doing everything in their power to release them as early as possible.
5. They work for government.
This voter is fighting for their very livelihood. They assume that their job is more important than yours because they work for the all-knowing, all-seeing and completely benevolent government. They have an entitlement attitude that rivals even the recipients of their handouts. If their paycheck is bigger, their benefits better and their workload smaller than the average Oregonian's then it's time to strike.
No sacrifice is too large for the taxpaying public to burden as long as these people are insulated from reality.