Larry David on undecided voters

Larry David has a great Op-Ed about "undecided" voters in the NYT: Are You Undecided? Or Not?:
We'd love to tell [undecided voters] to take a hike, but we're afraid to alienate you. If we really had any brains, we wouldn't spend another second on you, but on the people who can truly make a difference: the "unlikely" voters. And there are millions more of them than there are of you. Those people aren't after attention, they're just incredibly lazy.
I finally got my voter registration card in the mail a few days ago, so I'm all set. If you haven't registered yet, you can download, fill-out, and mail the National Mail Voter Registration Form (PDF). The deadlines are approaching, but you still have some time to get it done. There are probably some online forms you could fill out too, try Googling Register to Vote.

(Sorry about the registration-required NYT link. NYT must have found a way to block Bugmenot—the logins there haven't been working for me. BTW, if you click through to the article from Google, you won't be bothered by a registration form.)

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You might want to try using the New York Times link generator to create links that bypass the NYT login, but also continue to work when the article is archived and no longer free for viewing. Here's the link for "Are You Undecided? Or Not?"

Here's the NYT link generator:
http://nytimes.blogspace.com/genlink
Thanks, Stephen. The NTY generator bookmarklet works well!
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