Containing Multitudes Since 2004
Too bad there wasn't a noose and someone with quick feet.
It is amazing how campaigns have changed in 40 years. Do you think any publicist or campaign organizer operating today would ever let a candidate stand on a chair in the middle of a room to make a speech? Now, we have lecterns, banners, photographers, a demographically hand selected audience, and the press for the most ordinary, banal address imaginable. Things have gotten so packaged, processed and commercialized that candidates probably don't even fart without first having someone test market the smell, location, sound, direction, etc. It is sad, and probably a big reason why the best and the brightest no longer go into politics and government service.
Love the wallpaper.
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