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Wednesday, November 03, 2004

My Comment on the Youth and Cellphone Vote (Stolen From Radio)
The original post and my response are taken from How Now Brown Pau. Incidentally, I think I heard the comment on Bill Handel's radio show.

Looks Like Four More Years
Posted to journal on Wed, 03 Nov 2004 at 12:03 PM
John Kerry concedes. Well, a Bush victory won't be so bad, despite the lefty doomsayers' railing. Think of it: now a whole generation of unborn babies will live to be drafted!

But seriously, Aaron and Matt are right: this election went to the conservative social evangelical platform more than anything else, and the much-touted "youth and cellphone users" voter revolution simply did not happen.

A Los Angeles radio show had a cutting comment - according to the speaker, the "youth and cellphone users" were looking for Springsteen on the ballot and couldn't find him.

Comment by Ontario Emperor on Wed 03 Nov 2004 at 03:01 PM

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