I Remember November, an Election Recollection

One year ago, this very November ,

Vermin Supreme kicked off Operation : ‘ Dominate the Granite State, ‘ fast and furrious .
Flashing a big wad of cash, and wearing a boot on his head,
Vermin Supreme went toe to toe with throngs of Hillary Clinton supporters, in order to reach the New Hampshire State House, and Secretary of State, Bill Gardner .

Hillary , like Vermin had waited until the very last day possible , to pony up the one thousand dollars for a slot on the New Hampshire primary ballot . Of course , Hillary’s advance people had not counted on Vermin Supreme.

In advance of Hill’s arrival Vermin took the steps of the State House and orated like a maniac to the assembled throngs until security shooed him away.
Ms. Clinton, true to form dodged the dogged questions posed by fellow candidate, Vermin Supreme.
“Do you support water boarding in the public school system ?”
and ” Senator Clinton… Boxers or panties?”

The New York Observer used the chance encounter ,
as an excuse to Senator Clinton to task for not being more responsive to media questioning .

But what about the waiting-until-the-last-minute-thing issue ?

CONCORD, N.H.—As she prepared to formally file as a candidate in the New Hampshire primary on Friday afternoon, Hillary Clinton was unexpectedly confronted by one of her White House rivals.
Vermin Supreme—he says he had his name legally changed a few years back—wears a beat-up work-boot on his head and is among the dozens of fringe publicity-seekers who routinely take advantage of the lead-off primary state’s minimal ballot-access rules. He had just filed his own paperwork—basically consisting of a thousand bucks and a signature—when he crossed paths with Mrs. Clinton and sought to gauge her feelings on his tongue-in-cheek platform.
“I asked her if she supports mandatory waterboarding in the public schools, but she pretended not to hear me,” said Mr. Supreme, who also pledges to “fully fund time-travel research so we can go back and kill Hitler” and has run in every New Hampshire primary since 1988. “The standard Reagan/Sam Donaldson treatment.”
Oddly enough, his non-serious attempt to engage Mrs. Clinton in a colloquy underscored a potentially serious problem for the putative front-runner in New Hampshire: a growing sense that she’s never met a question she didn’t try to wiggle out of answering.

Somebody ( I’m looking at you Gene Sloan ) in the USA Today Cruise section must really like Vermin .
They published not one , but two photos of Vermin Supreme invading the State House .

Student reporters from Yale University were on the scene reporting for the Yale Daily News .
In addition to calling Vermin “obnoxious’ In print…..

One of these fine Yalies acted as camera filmer for this historic youtube video .

The rest is , of course, history.



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3 responses to “I Remember November, an Election Recollection

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  3. You know, I have to tell you, I really enjoy this blog and the insight from everyone who participates. I find it to be refreshing and very informative. I wish there were more blogs like it. Anyway, I felt it was about time I posted, Ive spent most of my time here just lurking and reading, but today for some reason I just felt compelled to say this.

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