I really wish Lehrer would mention nader/Buchanan inthe next debate - let Al & W defend the exclusion of other legitimate parties.posted by kokogiak at 9:40 PM on October 3, 2000
All I kept thinking was 'lowest common denominator' - they're trying to appeal to the great vast majority out there who still think "business suit=respectability".posted by kokogiak at 9:52 PM on October 3, 2000
Republicans leading -- on the Net
Republicans outnumber Democrats online by an impressive 8.9 percentage points, according to a study by Media Metrix. Registered Republicans represent 36.8% of Web users; Democrats make up 27.9%. (The rest are with other parties or are unregistered.) Where do members of the two major parties go in cyberspace? No surprises: Six of the top 10 sites atracting GOP voters are finance-related, including TheStreet.com and Bigcharts.com. Seven of 10 sites for Democrats focus on providing free content and services, including AskMe.com and EZSweeps.com.
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