Down the Memory Hole – Remembering when Democrats had a Primary to work a crowd with.

This year it’s just too bad, so sad they just wish they had, the kind of energy that the Republican Electorate now has.

In 2008 it was Hope and Change. Now all anybody has is Hope FOR Change.

Readers Note: The folks who played the Clintons in this one are personal friends of mine. This performance was the one they will be remembered for.

The actual “Match” is below the fold…

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6 Responses to Down the Memory Hole – Remembering when Democrats had a Primary to work a crowd with.

  1. R.D. Walker says:

    That’s two wrestling posts on the front page. I think you need to diversify your metaphors. Maybe something about roller derby…

  2. MadBrad says:

    The only thing I have to say about Roller Derby is that as a child my Mother wouldn’t let me watch the Ladies… for obvious reasons.

    I at least have the taste to spread it over two different dates on the calendar and as today is a big day of competition in the Arena of Ideas that involves mass participation by the fans, I find that storylines related to the Art of Human Chess to be entirely appropriate, even for this very serious Forum.

  3. MadBrad says:

    … and I now see the need for a THIRD publication within 24 Hours, related to the topic of the day as seen through the eyes of a Pro-Wrestling Fanatic.

  4. sortahwitte says:

    As a youngster I watched Roller Derby and really liked it. Years later, I worked with a young lady in the refinery. Turns out her mother skated for the T-birds. I got to meet her. Very classy lady.

  5. MadBrad says:

    Mama didn’t like the was I, even as a child, responded to Ladies when they are acting un-Lady-like.

    What can I say?

    I’m a Scorpio.

  6. MadBrad says:

    Again, somebody at the top of the comments is having a serious case of the Mondays.

    (Frown Emoticon follows)

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