What many political wags will tell you is a historic and important campaign for the future of America is basically still a campaign about singing and dancing and gunplay and poltergeists of historical figures and Dutch cleanser.
Sarah Palin's right that "English is a living language. Shakespeare liked to coin new words too." And that's something to be afraid of -- because she's contributing far more to the trough of public consciousness than just a few verbal miscues.
The opposition to Alvin Greene is endemic of an age-old discrimination rampant in America: jobism. Jobism is the unsubstantiated favor in a person's character based simply on the fact that he or she has a job.
I want to thank the thousands of voting machines that elected me. I want to thank the ballots for making you think of Lou Rawls and Al Greene, who I liked a lot. As a kid. I think Lou Rawls is dead. Which helped.