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originally posted by: AmericanRealist
a reply to: elementalgrove
It is certainly in the top three. I enjoyed when he got lost trying to open the wrong door, or the door was stuck for whatever reason.
And he was still jovial about it, "I'm trying to escape" .
originally posted by: Greggers
Bush really was that stupid. Obama comes across as a much brighter bulb, no matter what you think of his politics or performance on the job.
originally posted by: SentientCentenarian
Both Bushes were reported to be taking Ambien to sleep at night which can build up in the system and cause daytime grogginess, confusion or worse. Beggars the question of 'What if' something happened at 3 am, could they wake up and deal with it well enough? I'm wondering if the campaigners aren't also taking something to help them sleep in the endless procession of new hotel rooms. It must be awful. Trump is reported to sleep only a few hours a night, but I think he has manic issues, which explains a lot with his other litany of 'sweaty dynamite' problems (I'm SO going to steal that line!)
I'm willing to give Hillary a pass on some of these complaints; it's impossible to be in the public eye 24/7 and not make dopey faces once in a while, and then it's made worse by turning it into a looped video. She's wearing heels so long walks and standing a lot isn't exactly comfortable, either. She's definitely wearing a bulletproof vest, thus the needing help up stairs, etc. And no one who has done campaigning would say it's anything but exhausting.
That said, her schedule does show a disappointing turnout for appearances lately, and the last few days - nothing! It's as if Bill and Hillary were sequestered over the weekend discussing what they knew was coming on Monday - the Congressional letter about her perjury problem.
Both campaigns are imploding. Schadenfreude 'R Us.
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