Cindi Ross Scoppe

October 9, 2012 12:00 AM

Scoppe: The independent, undecided voter’s dilemma

To the coveted “undecided” class of which I am a member, the choice in the race for president is less about philosophy than about the facts. It’s a matter of degree. And context is essential to determining which solution is in order. What makes this election more difficult than previous ones is that we live in a world where everybody thinks they’re entitled to their own “facts,” so context is hard to come by.

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