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    Friday, October 29, 2004

    Undecided? Kristin has something for you 

    Ohioblog leads a double life. When I'm not blogging to death my few remaining brain cells to bring you the best of Ohiocentric election notes and commentary, I'm at the Buchtelite, the University of Akron's independent student newspapers. One of the more independent and talented voices at the Buchtelite belongs to Kristin Snowberger,
    senior writer and former news editor. Kristin is especially adept at commentary, though I'm not sure her grandfather would concur. She grew up in a strong Republican family in the Philadelphia suburbs and even today is a registered Republican. There was no choice in her family. It was Republican or, well, Republican. ``But you could vote for whom you wanted,'' Kristin says. She also takes a position in her writing that she says has been inspired by her animus for George W. Bush's presidency. Read her commentary concerning undecided voters, but be warned: if you are still undecided it would be wise to read this after getting into the position resulting from the exercise we were taught in the 1950s during another kind of war. It's called duck and cover.

    - Steve Love

    posted by Ohioblog: A Swing State Journal at 7:53 AM



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