The gun-store vote in Pennsylvania

Wednesday, April 23, 2008 - 12:00 AM

John Hockenberry of The Takeaway takes the political pulse of the gun-toting electorate at a Cabela's in Hamburg, Pa.

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Jim Colgan and John Hockenberry

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Comments [2]

brbjdl2152

I.am.an.avid.listener.to.radio.not.corporate,..I.need.some.time.to.hear.some.shows.and.i'll.be.back

May. 01 2008 06:05 PM
Joe

You come across as a cocky liberal bully, John.

Also, "You voted in high school? How did that work?" Surprise, most people are in high school when they are 18. It is also when voting becomes possible. Surely you could have figured that one out. Kinda makes you look silly after making fun of someone for confusing a senator for the governor for a state in which they don't live.

http://laweekly.blogs.com/.shared/image.html?/photos/uncategorized/nader08_1.jpg

May. 01 2008 01:49 PM

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