Saw this map of the county breakdown of last night’s vote in Missouri on Proposition C which exempts Missouri from the insurance mandate in the new health care law, i.e. Obamacare. It was a landslide, but as you’ll see, it looks like one of those Bush-Gore maps from 2000. Rural areas v. cities. Only St. Louis and Kansas City had a majority vote against the proposition. It begs re-asking the question, why are city dwellers more liberal than rural folk?
UPDATE: Our good friend Johnny Sac supplies the answer. In the cities you have more people who live off the government’s teet. The rural folks: self-reliant.