Election 'mania' missing on campuses
In 2008, college campuses were filled with campaign posters and political rallies - and frenzy.
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#1 Sep 26, 2012
Get out the vote !
Good question ?
#2 Sep 26, 2012
Romney's worst nightmare is young, technically savy people voting.
#3 Sep 26, 2012
obama has been a big disappointment to young voters and will have trouble generating the level of enthusiasm seen in 2008.
#4 Sep 26, 2012
Luckily for Obama, Romney has taken up the slack here.
#5 Sep 26, 2012
Getting excited about Obama running AGAIN, is like trying to get excited about your best friend's SECOND marriage.
Somehow it just isn't as exciting as the first time around, especially when the first marriage ended rather LOUSY.
“i hope we can change this!”
Since: Aug 08
#6 Sep 26, 2012
young, technically savy people want jobs...
they know there won't be any with obama in the white house...just more bullshit empty promises.
#7 Sep 26, 2012
After 4 years of Barack
We've had enough of the "Do As I Say, not As I Do"
Muslim vs Christian and Jew
Black vs White
Hetero vs Homo
Rich vs poor
Ridiculous debt and credit downgrade
Apologies while Americans are tortured over fabricated excuses
Eroded values in Americans under Barack's lead
The first couple's constant partying and flying around with extended friends and family in AF1 abusing hard earned taxpayer money
Most of all, we're tired of the Moocher and self appointed nazi police reigniting anorexia and calling other women fat
First Lady's rejection of Oprah when Michelle Obama was heard to say:
Oprah with her yo-yo dieting and huge girth is a terrible role model. Kids will look at Oprah, who's rich and famous and huge, and figure it's okay to be fat.
Oprah, a college graduate, journalist and the most successful black female entrepreneur in recent history was thrown under the bus by her former friend. Why? Because she was too fat and a "terrible role model?"
Beyonce, a sexpot and high school dropout, is Michelle's new BFF; and the right kind of role model for her girls. Michelle Obama lives in an opposite universe.
As the President's wife Michelle's comments carry a great deal of weight. When FLOTUS states in a popular magazine read by the masses she wants to be Beyonce, isn't it disingenuous of her to act as if it's fun and games?
What are kids actually learning from the entertainer's experiences? Do we really think young girls and boys are seeing Beyonce in her offstage roles as wife, mother and businesswoman?
Hardly. The youngsters are hardwiring Beyonce's suggestive images and lyrics into their vulnerable minds.
The fact that only one in a million dropouts might actually become a rich and famous star doesn't deter Michelle Obama from opening her mouth. Why should she care? Her girls probably won't get knocked up and become a part of the 70% of single parent households now populating the black community.
The takeaway from the First Lady's reckless advice to young girls: sex sells and you don't have to finish high school to make a lot of money.
Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/06/first_...
FIRE THEM!(Barack, Moocher and Valerie Jarrett the threesome)
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