I like his ties.

We can't really hold the internet responsible for cheapening the voting process. Yes, making voting as easy as tieing your shoes in the morning might bring out the vote from people who know nothing (and perhaps care nothing) about the issues, who might vote for a candidate simply because they like his or her hair style, but that's hardly something new, or specific to the internet. Over forty years ago television played a major role in promoting image over issue in elections, and it's not clear whether even before then people actually voted on the issues. Still, making it possible to sit in front of your television and cast your vote in the middle of channel surfing may be taking things a bit too far.

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