When Buckeyes Attack

Friday, October 22, 2004

A few weeks ago, a British newspaper kicked off a campaign to win hearts and minds in the swing state of Ohio. The Guardian asked concerned Britons to write directly to voters in a hotly contested county, and implore them to vote for Kerry. Ohioans were less then impressed. While it remains to be seen how they'll vote, their passionate letters make it clear that after more than 200 years, the spirit of anti-colonialism lives on in Clark County, Ohio.

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