Can't Get Enough Of The Elections? You're Not Alone Obsessed with election gossip? Addicted to pundits arguing on TV? Can't stop checking political blogs? Meghan Daum, a Los Angeles Times columnist, argues in her article "Obsessed? Addicted? It's politics" that our political fatigue has been transformed into an outright political obsession.
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Can't Get Enough Of The Elections? You're Not Alone

Can't Get Enough Of The Elections? You're Not Alone

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Obsessed with election gossip? Addicted to pundits arguing on TV? Can't stop checking political blogs? Meghan Daum, a Los Angeles Times columnist, argues in her article "Obsessed? Addicted? It's politics" that our political fatigue has been transformed into an outright political obsession.