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Meagan3 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 3:13 PM
Thank you for working hard and trying to get the word out. I will absolutely watch the video and share. However, I think its safe to say that there aren't many young voters on this website. Better luck to us all next time around.
Meagan3 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:57 PM
I can only speak for myself, but I've only been to Breibart a couple times and have never heard of the Bigs. One place that I liked getting political coverage was Twitter. The site is over run with people my age and a lot of good conservative campaigning was on there. Many of the people that write here have twitter accounts and it was funny and inspiring to watch people my age actually challenge things the President and his groupies put out there. I think there is a lot of merit in Derek's advice that we be entertaining first and political second. It's worked for the left for a long time. It's time we start beating them at their own game.
Dobermite Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:02 PM
Meagan, this is a better version of the same video, on this one the audio and video are in synch.
Dobermite Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 3:54 PM
Meagan, this one is very good too, and its not nearly as long as the others :-)

BTW, I don't only post here, I post at Breitbart as well, the Bigs, do young people visit those sites?

I’m not much of a whiner, nor am I someone who makes predictions. I’d hoped for a Romney victory, though more for an Obama defeat. But that, when you think about it, was the problem. While there’s no doubt Romney would’ve been a much better President than the current occupant of that office, when people are presented with a choice between the vague they know and a vague they don’t know, they will pick what they know.

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