Going for the Extremely Young Vote

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It looks like Kerry and Edwards are copying a very successful media strategy.

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  1. Just remember, I was the first to call them “Batman & Robin.”

  2. I still think they hate each other.

  3. I heard an emailer on Foxnews refer to them as “Bullwinkle and Rocky.”

  4. I liked what I read somewhere…

    “The Outhouse Campaign”

    Two johns, both full of sh!t… :o)

  5. Yeah, that’s another thing I was wondering – has there ever been a presidential ticket before where both people had the same first name?

  6. I am wondering whether Edwards is going to have to do all that macho power-sports stuff, or can Kerry give it a rest now that someone who is actually young is on the ticket?

  7. Two johns, both full of sh!t…

    Thats pretty good, it is much better than just plain old Bush and Dick. If it works out in favor of the 2 johns, the next for years of SNL ought to be pretty funny!

  8. I heard an emailer on Foxnews refer to them as “Bullwinkle and Rocky.”

    Yes, but “Batman & Robin” has a disturbing psychological tinge.

  9. Lonewacko,

    You mean like “The Sexually Ambiguous Duo”?

  10. Hanah: Here’s two:

    1824 John Quincy Adams and John C. Calhoun
    (John-John again: Another Massachusetts guy and another Carolinan–a more odious one).

    1916 Charles Evans Hughes and Charles Fairbanks.

    Don’t know of any others.

  11. I’m not sure about that first one; I’m not sure Calhoun was really running with Adams since they don’t seem anything alike; he may have running with Jackson or with nobody.

  12. “Yes, but “Batman & Robin” has a disturbing psychological tinge.”

    So do you, sometimes…ha!

  13. The Democratic ticket in 1912 and 1916 was Thomas Woodrow Wilson and Thomas Marshall, and in 1916 they faced the two Charles.

  14. C’mon, you’re playing coy, right? “Dad-son” is a gay subtheme, kinda like those guys dressed in leather. And, some have compared Batman & Robin to a gay fantasy in that subgenre.

    Drudge is probably masturbating furiously as he puts up these things like “CAN’T KEEP THEIR HANDS OFF EACH OTHER.” (Just kidding).

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