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The Long Voyage of George McGovern

Harrison Bergeron Wrote: Oct 26, 2012 5:32 PM
And right on queue, a Dumbocrat steps up to answer the question I posed this morning. "Seldom Competentus" demonstrates how the Dumbocrat party manages to persist after being catastrophically wrong for 152 years on every issue since slavery: The Dumbocrat Party persists because every new generation produces a new crop of idiots who think the universe began the day they became aware of it -- and are too stupidly arrogant to educate themselves about who screwed it up.

He had to have run the worst, most disorganized and demoralizing, indeed chaotic presidential campaign in recent history. It was a perfect, agonizing reflection of the jumbled times. A kind of microcosm of the Sixties as things fell apart in that mood-altering era -- before they congealed into the leisure-suited Seventies, when the utter mediocre could be delivered in flashy packaging. Think of that photograph of Richard Nixon posing awkwardly, as he did everything else, with Elvis Presley. That about sums up that strange time.


If poor George McGovern didn't head the worst presidential campaign of...