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  • Coverage of Madison Kerry Rally

       October 28, 2004

    As much as I'd just love to head down to Madison's Capitol Square today to see Bruce Springsteen, John Kerry and the Foo Fighters (okay, actually, I would kind of like to see the Foo Fighters), I have more important work to do. My company's Halloween contest is tomorrow, and I'll be busy helping to transform our office into Ancient Greece. I'm portraying Charon, the ferryman of the dead in the Hades area. Sweet!

    But don't despair, University of Wisconsin law professor Ann Althouse promises to provide some coverage of the rally on her blog. Ann is also guest blogging this week on Instapundit.

    Back in 1992, Bill Clinton came to the Square on a beautiful early October day. I went, shook his hand (JUST his hand, get your mind out of the gutter people!), listened to the speeches and even (gasp!) voted for him. I was so young and stupid then.


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    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: kilabe at October 28, 2004 10:55 AM

    O the shame you must feel. It's ok, we understand. You were young and needed the money. It really is ok, in a little known secret, my Mom made me campaign for Gore in '88. But don't tell anybody.

     
     
    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: Drew at October 28, 2004 10:56 AM

    haha... I voted for Clinton, too. Six months later I ended the ruse of being a conservative Democrat and realized that the GOP better represented my beliefs.

     
     
    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: at October 28, 2004 03:58 PM

    meh. at least i saw the foo.

     
     
    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: Joe R. the Unabrewer at October 29, 2004 05:20 PM

    Youth is no excuse. We're the same age, and I didn't vote for him--and I'm originally from Arkansas.

     
     
    #  March 7th, 2005 6:48 PM      Converted_Comment
    Converted comment: Posted by: kris at October 29, 2004 11:48 PM

    if it makes it any better, i was volunteering for Republican Scott Klug's campaign at the time. I think I was yet another hapless woman sucked in by Clinton's charm. Either that or I *really* liked the song "Don't Stop Thinking About Tomorrow".

    As an aside, for someone that clearly got into politics for the access to women, can you believe what poor taste Clinton has?

     
     

     

     


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