The better quality of life is not represented by media.
"I am a porcine ass. Please harm me mightily whilst I sleep."
I didn't say that.
A campaign commercial consisting of that photo and others showing Nost. walking with a group of Hispanics in an urban setting, reading Blake to a diverse classroom of small children, and doing kegstands with Sen. Edward Kennedy:(to a slow, dark dirge on strings)"The first three hours of everyday are spent in a state of confusion: the seer turmoils in bed, exhausted from his nightly visions, wondering where sweet darkness and its maternal embrace has gone. Life to the clairvoyant is a bridge of untruths over a teeming cesspool of sacrificial blood.(hopeful plinkings of a mandolin)"That's why Nostradamus de Marquis, if elected, solemnly promises to spend the first half of every legislative session either sleeping in, taking a nap, reading The New Yorker in bed, or crying with his face in a pillow. He will not waste taxpayer money on useless office costs, and he will not be flying hither and thither to play golf with Arnie Palmer or hunt with Antonin Scalia. Vote Nostradamus and put your tax dollars to work an agenda you can get behind."(Paid for by de Marquis for Congress 2006)
That's "for an agenda", and yes, I think we should end the commercial with a preposition. Wouldn't that break the ice with the less-educated population (minorities, whites) nicely? Now that's top-level campaign advice.
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