Rural Campaigning

This is an Election Year, and I have a dream....

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It was the day before a big presidential election primary, and hordes of candidates from both parties arrived to campaign. As environmentalism was identified as a major issue in the state, the candidates curried favor by deciding to ride from town to town in the same bus.

All went well until sunset, when the bright sun on the horizon blinded the bus driver at a critical curve on a rural road. The driver missed the curve and the bus overturned. A farmer saw it happen and drove over in his tractor to help.

Two hours later, the farmer was back at his farmhouse and called the sheriff to report the accident.

"What took you so long to call?!" demanded the sheriff.

"I had to bury them all," the farmer said.

"What?!" the panicked sheriff screamed. "They were all dead? Every single candidate for president?!"

"Well," the farmer drawled, "they were politicians, after all."

"What do you mean?" the sheriff said.

"Well, some of 'em said they weren't dead, but I din't believe 'em."

Posted January 6, 2016

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