05 June, 2011

The Upper Class And Older Voters Will Put Another Former Politician In White House

Why do American voters believe a former politician from the upper class is the only person that will make a terrific president? What have any politicians ever done for the youth, the middle class or working class American? Almost half of Congress are millionaires. They tell us this is the greatest nation on earth, and they love American. Of course, they do. They live happily, eat well, do dress well and can pay their bills and have not had their homes foreclosed, and many have several homes. 41 out of 44 Presidents have been politicians. Lets blow them out of the water by picking a well educated person that can make common-sense decisions for the American" middle class" (72% of the population) and for the youth of American that have lost hope because politicians have sold them out for their own gains. They have a new Motto: For "The Politician, By The Politician" CNN will not interview people like me from the middle class, an unknown man, a non politician. A highly respected college asked if I would speak before their students. Why? because they have heard my videos and read my blogs and they know I care and speak from my heart. I think considerable media like CNN, knows that the deck is stacked, and the cards have been dealt and it will be a politician from the "upper class." The American voters will accept the spin masters of empty promises. Forgive the Politicians God, for they know exactly what they are doing to America.

The Myth of the Young Voter

Posted on August 28, 2008 by Chris Hayes in Elections & Voting

As of the 2008 Primary, 18-25 year olds still (despite the intensive voter registration programs on college campuses) comprised 11 percent of registered voters. Broken out by party, 18-25 year olds represented 10 percent of registered Democrats, 10 percent of registered Republicans and 16 percent of registered Unaffiliated.

18-25 year olds overall, 117,930 turned out and voted in the 2008 Primary (including 5,566 that registered and voted at One Stop). But again, as a percentage of the entire electorate, 18-25 year olds represented only 6 percent of the total number of voters. They were 11 percent of the registered voters – and 6 percent of the turnout. As seen above, there is a similar five percentage point drop off between young registrants and young voter turnout.

                                Age%  Reg. %   Turnout%
                         18-25     11%           6%
                         26-40     27%        19%
                         41-65     45%         52%
                         66+        17%         23%


Estimated: 32.1 million Americans between the age of 18-25


The “white “working class” was 25% of all voters in 2008”

The highest percentage turnout was Age 41-65, with 52% of the vote, and they have the majority of the wealth. Maybe! It is because, some of the "working class" as well as the "middle class," are voting for candidates from "upper class", and wonder why they never get help. "Vote for a qualified candidate from "middle class.


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