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Can't say I really enjoyed the column. It was very cliche and had very little interesting information. I have heard a similar line of reasoning (humorous and not) several other times, and at this point it seems really overdone.

It was, however, interesting that the column drew a comparasin between Foolish investment advice (YOU make your own investment decisions) and how you should make your own voting choices. But unfortunately that idea was not very well developed. The column instead focused on the political divisions between the two candidates which have been beaten to death by the media.

There are a lot of interesting reports and columns having to do with the election. Unfortunately this isn't one of them.

Jimbo
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