If not bloggers, perhaps Howard Stern?
Anita Sharpe on Culture
The Sept. 30 issue of Rolling Stone magazine takes a look at the swing voters, describing them as 'white, married strivers who haven't yet made it,' who are susceptible to all sorts of unlikely influence from such people as, well, read on:
'In an election this tight, even the most trivial advantage may prove crucial,' RS observes. 'While Bush has leveraged cultural issues such as gay marriage to his advantage, he may come to regret one of his many salvos in the culture war. Of all the enemies Bush has made in three-plus years in office, his most dangerous foe may prove to be none other than Howard Stern, who after his tussles with the Bush administration over indecency has become an anti-Dubya crusader.
'Who cares? As it turns out, Swingers do. When white Swingers aren't listening to country music on the radio, a lot of them are listening to Howard Stern.'
(I wondered who was listening. . .)