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Campaign Addiction

John Moe

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Tracking the Campaign
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The presidential campaign has been hard to avoid lately as we really get into crunch time. But following it can take many forms. Some Americans keep a casual eye on it. But for others, it's different. The race is an obsession, they lose sleep, it affects their relationships with families, work or school. On the one hand, it's important: the president of the United States of America will be decided. On the other hand, when does an interest in current events get dangerous to your health and happiness?

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  • By Jim Winslow

    From Grand Rapids, MI, 10/11/2008

    Jeez, get over yourself. If you were talking about sports fans instead of political junkies you wouldn't call them addicted, you would call them....sports fans! I can quit watching MSNBC for 6 hours a night any time I want.

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