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Monday, October 18, 2004

The focus of this election for months has been on the small number of "undecided" voters who will probably swing this election one way or the other. It's a scary thought considering that anyone who is undecided at this point must be, to put it mildly, a completely inattentive moron. Seriously, if you're planning to make your vote based solely on the 30-second advertisements you see while watching My Big Fat American Amish Midget Wedding Factor, please don't vote at all.

These so-called "undecideds" have achieved practical celebrity status. They are the focus of cable town hall specials and are frequent interview subjects of newspapers across the land. After the final debate last week, the New York Times spoke with a gaggle of these people to gauge their reactions. The website Low Culture then properly skewered these reactions in a piece called "Profiling the Elusive Undecided Voter," or, "When teenagers who can't vote are smarter than the nimrods who can." This is funny, trust me... although, you may be offended if you're one of those undecided 'nimrods.'

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