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Mob Ruler

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Date: Apr 2, 2008
MALE CLASSIC ROCKERS TO VOTE McCAIN



Male U.S. rock fans likely to vote Republican: survey

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - If you are male and a Led Zeppelin fan, chances are you may be leaning toward voting Republican in the U.S. presidential election, according to a survey of rock radio fans released on Wednesday.

The Jacobs Media's Media/Technology Web Poll IV of more than 27,000 respondents cited stronger than expected interest in the November 2008 election among fans of rock, classic rock, and alternative radio stations.

It also found that John McCain, the Republican candidate for U.S. president, was the top pick for the Oval Office for men and classic rock partisans -- those people who tune in to stations playing music from the "original classic rock era" of 1964 to 1975, comprised of bands like Led Zeppelin, The Who and Pink Floyd.


 

 



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Male U.S. rock fans likely to vote Republican: survey

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - If you are male and a Led Zeppelin fan, chances are you may be leaning toward voting Republican in the U.S. presidential election, according to a survey of rock radio fans released on Wednesday.

The Jacobs Media's Media/Technology Web Poll IV of more than 27,000 respondents cited stronger than expected interest in the November 2008 election among fans of rock, classic rock, and alternative radio stations.

It also found that John McCain, the Republican candidate for U.S. president, was the top pick for the Oval Office for men and classic rock partisans -- those people who tune in to stations playing music from the "original classic rock era" of 1964 to 1975, comprised of bands like Led Zeppelin, The Who and Pink Floyd.


 

 



I'm still awaiting who I'm supposed to vote for, being a Sabbath Disiple!?

 



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Perhaps you can just write in Geezer?



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American politics is like 80's action movie trend. Nobody knows what the **** is going on, except that guy from Die Hard is eventually going to save the day.

I mean, come on. Put Jesse Ventura on already!

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I thought for sure Bill and Hill would have gone medieval on Barrack to the point where he would be a total pariah by now. I guess they are still holding back or they are not up to it.

McCain is Captain Queeg. He will likely destroy Obama in the general election. All the polls will have it close with Obama the slight edge but when America enters the booth the majority will pull for McCain.



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artcinco wrote:

I thought for sure Bill and Hill would have gone medieval on Barrack to the point where he would be a total pariah by now. I guess they are still holding back or they are not up to it.

McCain is Captain Queeg. He will likely destroy Obama in the general election. All the polls will have it close with Obama the slight edge but when America enters the booth the majority will pull for McCain.



McCain has a popular culture ring to it (Die Hard, The Simpsons). But it's my understanding that he's so old he could be Barbara Bush's grandfather.



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artcinco wrote:


Male U.S. rock fans likely to vote Republican: survey

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - If you are male and a Led Zeppelin fan, chances are you may be leaning toward voting Republican in the U.S. presidential election, according to a survey of rock radio fans released on Wednesday.

The Jacobs Media's Media/Technology Web Poll IV of more than 27,000 respondents cited stronger than expected interest in the November 2008 election among fans of rock, classic rock, and alternative radio stations.

It also found that John McCain, the Republican candidate for U.S. president, was the top pick for the Oval Office for men and classic rock partisans -- those people who tune in to stations playing music from the "original classic rock era" of 1964 to 1975, comprised of bands like Led Zeppelin, The Who and Pink Floyd.






I'm still awaiting who I'm supposed to vote for, being a Sabbath Disiple!?



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Nope wrote:

 

But it's my understanding that he's so old he could be Barbara Bush's grandfather.

 




The funny thing is that people don't notice his 90-something year-old mum standing next to him at campaign stops.

 

 

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Paul Kersey of usenet

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artcinco wrote:

Nope wrote:


But it's my understanding that he's so old he could be Barbara Bush's grandfather.





The funny thing is that people don't notice his 90-something year-old mum standing next to him at campaign stops.



stories.mccainmom.jpg




That woman on the left is like late Katherine Hepburn with a white wig.



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