"It's not even her complete ineptitude as a leader and stupidity that bothers me -- she doesn't seem to know what a vice president does, which is what you learn in a middle school US history class -- but the fact that she has been called a populist president because she supposedly connects with the "common" man. The "common" man has been defined as some southern Christian hillbilly who works construction or a factory job, has only graduated high school, and thinks his freedoms are to do whatever he pleases, as long as it doesn't involve abortion and birth control. Not that a president needs to be a genius. Eventhough there really is no "average" or "true" American -- aren't we supposed to be a nation that accepts diversity more than, say, France -- this whole campaign -- especially this woman -- seems to be saying, "Unless you pray to Jesus, don't believe in abortion, and haven't been to college, you're not a 'real' American." And should a person who is that ignorant of science and logic be a leader? Don't people realize that someone who is a leader must be capable of making intelligent decisions?"