Are They Low-Info — or ADD — Voters?
CALLER: Hey, Rush, I just wanted to share with you that I know we are calling those that don’t listen to your program or even listen to Fox News low-information voters, but I have found the populace to be more aligned with Barack Obama being an ADD president for an ADD nation. We just have a whole bunch of people that have so much stuff thrown at ’em and they don’t have time to investigate or have the attention span to draw it all in, that they just hear this, hear that, and they just keep going on, and the White House just keeps throwing more and more stuff at ’em.
RUSH: I think he’s got a point. You’re saying they’re just overwhelmed?
CALLER: Yes. Yes.
RUSH: That’s exactly right. Every day it’s a new crisis here — new this, new that — and voters can’t keep up. So what they do is tune out and find out what the Kardashians are doing.
CALLER: That’s right. And it’s like flipping a coin. He’s on every side of every issue and so since the media’s complicit they’re gonna just continue to go with what they hear the most as being the truth.
RUSH: I think that’s exactly right. So you call ’em ADD, Attention Deficit Disorder, as opposed to low-information?
CALLER: Yes, sir. That’s what I call ’em. I see them as that, you know, and I have children like that, you know, cause of all of the technology.
RUSH: Well, you know, I think you have a point. It’s all sound bites. I mean, the regime floods the zone. That’s what you’re basically talking about here.