Day: January 12, 2012

The Dangers of an Unprincipled Electorate

A major problem with an unprincipled electorate is that the voters will only look at superficial indicators when it comes to the economy. For instance, the slightly lower unemployment rate right now—although still well above 8%—may lull some people into the illusion that everything is now going in the right direction. An unprincipled electorate doesn’t examine the underlying philosophy of the administration. All they want to know is if things seem to be better. If they “feel” like things are… Read more »