Thursday, January 3, 2008

Project White House: The Second Challenge!

Posted By on Thu, Jan 3, 2008 at 10:56 AM

The candidates are sharing their vision of America at the Project White House blog. Doctress Neutopia has written an epic poem about the nation; Charles Skelley has taken on the industrial-prison complex;and Richard Grayson has shared a song.

And that's just the start. Be sure to see what they all have to say.

This morning, we issued the second challenge for our Project White House candidates.

As you all know, every candidate is always reaching out to the Youth Vote, whether it was Richard Nixon campaigning at Woodstock or Bill Clinton appearing on MTV.

Rather than congregating at the mall, today's youth now gathers on online "social networks" such as MySpace and FaceBook. Most of the so-called mainstream candidates already have MySpace pages, as does Project White House. (Our friends include Hillary and Mitt, as well as Samantha and Jasmine.)

The new challenge: Set up a campaign Web site at MySpace.

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