First, hit the local cafe....
Then, have a rally in a hall with a big American flag as the backdrop.
They've all read the same book. I wonder whose?
Will no candidate dare go skiing?
I've always been amused and bemused at why candidates always a beeline for the diners.
(Yeah, I get the whole photo op thing.)
I mean, they're only going to get a certain slice of voter there, the kind that has time to sit around a diner during the work day.
The vast majority of the time I'm either at work or at home with my kids.
A candidate would rarely get the chance to meet me, unless they campaigned at Chuck E. Cheese.
I got to wondering today, Jeff: how would the campaign change -- whoops, there's that word -- if no pictures were allowed for a day.
I suspect, by the way, that most of the people in the diners are Massachusetts residents who came over the border to stop at the New Hampshire state liquor stores.
Yeah, but who gave Mitt the shiner?
The lady wearing the Mitt Romney Band Aid?
"ahhhh another coffee and chocolate fan-gotta love that Obama"
re: last 2 photos "How big is Hilary/Julliani?" SSSOOOO BBIGGG
Fear of too long of a chairlift with someone from the opposing party - that's why no skiing. It could be a looonngg way down! What great footage we'd have then!
Is that Mussolini who wants someone to go skiing with him?
Oh man, even better.