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Some dude from congress tried to add me a few weeks back, he had thousands of 'friends', seems like a good enough idea to try and make politics sexy and appealing.

There's a much easier way to make politics sexy & appealing though - straight-talking politicians, and parties bringing issues that matter to young people (eg ticket touts) into prominence, and then ACTUALLY doing something about them rather than saying "we're going to set up a phone line which no one will use, but we can't ban touting because of the 3 people per year who are stupid enough to buy tickets for gigs without checking if they're actually free that day first."

A media that isn't hell-bent on (rightly or wrongly) making us all believe politicians do exactly the opposite of what we all want would help too.

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