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WilliamPitt Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-18-07 03:47 PM
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A retort to the Edwards "Haircutgate" nonsense.
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Edited on Wed Apr-18-07 03:51 PM by WilliamPitt
Edwards got a $400 haircut paid for out of campaign funds. The yelling starts.



1. That is what campaign funds are there for. In a campaign realm where TV rules, the grooming, personal appearance and general telegenic appeal of candidates is of vast importance. Ergo, the upkeep of said appearance is as important to a campaign as polling, ads and voter lists. Name for me, please, the last poorly-groomed candidate who got anywhere. Example:

Remember the goofy Kucinich hairdo that wound up on all those buttons? Remember when they got him a better haircut as the 2004 campaign started? Hmmm...

Every candidate you've ever supported has received haircuts, makeup (for ads and debates) and other grooming/appearance things that were paid for by the campaign. Cope with it. If you still don't get it, you either have no concept of how campaigns work, or...

2. I smell manufactured outrage from those who support other candidates. There, I said it.

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