Elections -- funny
In the online New York Times today, I read the following paragraph related to the US electorate, and it made me wonder if it were true of our voters:
It’s true that nobody ever made money betting on the high level of campaign discourse. When George Smathers successfully ran for the Senate, legend has it (he denied it) that he took advantage of his constituents’ limited vocabulary by alleging that his opponent was “a shameless extrovert” who had “before his marriage, habitually practiced celibacy.”
This one made me smile!