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Wrestling With Politics

World Wrestling Entertainment announcer Jerry "The King" Lawler is running for Mayor in Memphis, Tennessee. Readers might recognize Lawler from his ongoing feud with actor Andy Kaufman, cumulating in a spectacular fight on on David Letterman's show in the early 80's. The entire back-and-forth was staged, but it propelled each man into wresting infamy.

Lawler's campaign is based on government accountability, transparency, and efficiency. Here's one idea from his website:
Instead of sitting in some fancy office downtown, for two weeks you would have the mayor's office parked in a different neighborhood, where people in that neighborhood could have access to the mayor everyday without getting on a bus or without having to drive.

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