It's about Jewish grandchildren flying out to visit their Florida grandparents and convince them to vote Obama. I particularly like the last paragraph:
Within a day of their grandson's arrival, the Fursts had declared for Obama and had begun proselytising with the zeal of the newly converted. Kenny Furst has been posting Obama flyers at the bagel shop where he still works, and his wife is holding discussion groups with other Jewish women from the retirement home.
"I'm so proud of my grandparents, that they were open-minded enough to listen," said Bender.
"I've got a couple of years to go, so this vote isn't for me," said his grandfather. "All I'm interested in now is that my grandchildren should be safe. This one is for them."It makes me wish my Nan were Jewish and living in Florida, just so I could convert her.