Originally Posted by patteeu
He didn't describe himself as a one issue voter. Where are you coming up with this?
Would you vote for a President who completely eliminated medicaid without putting anything in place to provide for medical care for the poor? I'm assuming that your answer is no. That doesn't make you a one issue voter. In fact, there may be several issues that would be a no-go for you (or for Saul Good).
Again, the only way to escape the label of being a one-issue voter in Saul's case is to invent either unrealistic issues or hopelessly outdated issues as if they are feasible "other" issues to be attentive towards. Saul Good invented slavery, you're inventing the eradication of Medicaid. Both are about as likely to be an issue in 2012 as setting up a moon colony.
He's admitted to being a one-issue voter. It's not how I do it, but it's fine if that's what makes him a content voter.
Where he's out of line is shitting on other voters who don't share his simplistic perspective.