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    oh. mah. gahd.

    Ooh, ooh…I’ve figured out something else I want everyone to shoot me for!

    Er, maybe I should rephrase that. It’s just that I’m all giddy now that I know it’s super-cool to be all involved in the 2004 Presidential election. We know this because (1) the celebrities we all emulate are wearing T-shirts encouraging us to vote and (2) the author of a book called Frumpy to Foxy in 15 Minutes Flat has a quotable opinion on how emotionally-charged the whole contretemps will be.

    Now, you’re probably thinking I’m about to say, “If I ever use the fact that I’ve written a book called Frumpy to Foxy in 15 Minutes Flat to get an airing for my political opinions on an election in the middle of a war, please shoot me.” But you’d be wrong…not because you probably shouldn’t, but because that’s not the worst thing in the FOXNews.com article. No, really:

    While many celebs aren’t shy about letting the world know their political leanings, others are more interested in simply encouraging people to get involved in the process.

    Field said Paris Hilton and Britney Spears are among the stars who have gotten decked out in her

    2 Responses to “oh. mah. gahd.”

    1. I agree with you. The kind of people who have to be gimmicked into voting aren’t the kind of people I want to see voting.

    2. Sean Kinsell says:

      No fooling. I don’t mind voter registration drives and things, to the extent that they remind busy people that deadlines are coming up in advance of the election. I’m not so hot about just tossing gravitas on the floor and stomping up and down on it.