Everybody's yakking about the voting patterns by race, gender, age, SES, etc., in Tuesday's election, but nobody's mentioned morality!
Even Fox News's early night exit polls had patterns like
"Regular church attendance 57% Romney; 42% Obama."
(Ha...later analysis shows it varied by religion, though:
Weekly attendance Protestant 70% Romney; 29% Obama.
Weekly attendance Catholic 57% Romney; 34% Obama. (Same as the overall average among church attendance at all.)
Is anyone else curious to know what all those regular church attenders who voted for Romney think about Romney's wholesale, consistent LYING!!!???
Or what moral law allowed Ohio to turn over the state's voting machine business to a candidate's (Romney's) son's corporation? The whole election was full of this kind of thing.
My idea is that many, many voters in this country (say, 48%?) may not even know clearly what "morality" is--unless it relates to sex, although the Repugs have injected plenty of confusion there, too. Thankfully, the voters in Missouri were smart enough to throw out Akin! Ditto for Indiana voters and Mourdock!