A teenagers view on politics
Being 17 years old, I didn't fully comprehend why every news broadcast opened and closed with some reference to the upcoming presidential election in November. I was used to hearing about Kobe or Martha, people I could recognize in the media. I quickly realized they had been scooped up and dumped on the back burner for some senator from the north, and this bushy guy from Texas.
After ditching the television for a while, I figured the internet couldn't possibly bombard me with politics. Boy, was I ever wrong. Ads, search engines, and web sites were filled with opinions, strategies, and more…
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