Posted in Politics, tagged Barack Obama, Dennis Kucinich, Election 2008, iPod, Jessica Simpson, John Edwards, Mitt Romney, New York, Washington Square Park, Youth Vote on September 27, 2007| Leave a Comment »
Brooklyn Skeptic loves nothing more than the prospect of young people becoming involved in the electoral process. The 2004 election featured the highest amount of youth participation in over four decades. In my opinion, the best way to keep that trend going is by frequent, active engagement with the candidates. People under 30 should know as much about Dennis Kucinich or Mitt Romney as they know about iPods and the sociological implications of Jessica Simpson’s hair extensions.
Here are two things you can do today:
→ Talk to John Edwards on MySpace!
Go to www.myspace.com/election2008 and chat live with John Edwards at noon. Apparently, you get the opportunity to ask questions and respond to his responses in real time…which reminds me a lot of an electronic Gong Show.
→ See Barack Obama speak in Washington Square Park!
It’s free. It’s soul-warming. It’s at 5:00 PM.