It's nce to home. . . around that which we are intimately familiar. I like my place in Florida. It's very comfortable in a humble sort of way. I feel very "at home" there, but this is where I'm from. This is what I'm really all about. Here on the farm I am who I am and know exactly what's what and what's next. Down in Florida, it's much less familiar. I'm never sure exactly what is going to happen next. I like being where I feel like I belong. Don't we all?
I wonder, how much the general electorate of America feels that way when they go into the voting booth?