In this day and age of rather polarized politics, supporters of each side have been heard to wonder just what those who voted for the other side were thinking about.
I may have the first hint of a clue. It goes back to the efforts by a union to organize workers at the Texas operation of Trencor, a manufacturer of heavy equipment. A three-judge panel of the Federal Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (whose area of responsibility includes the Lone Star State) found it credible that the workers voted for the union because it promised to hold the biggest party in Texas and pay for all the beer if it won.
Now you know.