No, not me - the person in this story by D.C. McAllister:
I reached for my wallet and pulled out a $10 bill. I cracked the window just enough to slip him the money. He reached for it, but before I handed it to him, I asked, “Hey, who did you vote for in the last election for president?”
He looked a little taken aback. I could see the rusty wheels turning. He glanced at my car, at me. I don’t drive anything special, and I wasn’t wearing a suit. Probably hard for him to measure me up either way.
“Did you vote?” I asked him impatiently. I sensed the light was about to change.
“Yeah, I voted. I voted for Obama.”
I pulled back the bill. “Sorry, dude. You should’ve voted for Romney.”
This was someone who was wearing a sign reading "Just Got Laid Off". He was waiting next to the line of cars, basically looking for some help.
Now, I don't know about the rest of you, but I can't imagine what it's like to beg for money like this. There are plenty of cliches that surround folks like this (they just want money for drugs!!! etc.) but, for me, I just feel sorry for them. That's not to say I always hand over money, but I would just never think to do something like what D.C. McAllister describes here.
Then read the comments. Most all the people over there (and yes, I appreciate the source) are giving her high-fives. What a clever thing to do!!!
In reality this is simply mean-spirited. There's no two ways about it. Part of me actually feels bad for D.C., because you've really got to be an awfully angry person to do something like this.
But then I think, nah, mostly D.C.'s just an awful person. She thinks this is a story about Obama voters, but it's not. It's a story about her.