The Road maybe?
In defense of Quayle he only looked foolish during election years. They managed to keep him locked in his office for most of the two years in between. That limited his opportunities.
And that video calling Homer Stokes from O Brother where Art Thou a Tea Party Republican is not cool. First of all in 1930's Mississippi you better believe he was a Democrat. Second of all the Tea Party thing was all about, and only about, Government spending. It took no position on social issues at all. Yeah, I know you didn't make the video... just sayin.
am knowing leferd becomes annoyed when we use jfk as a punching bag
jfk calls coretta king and offers condolences. jfk doesn't actual lift a finger to help mlk. jfk doesn't ask his brother bobby, with his considerable justice department ties to intercede on mlk's behalf. nope, jfk makes a brief phone call o' meaningless support. less than two-minutes. coretta king would appear on a radio show shortly after mlk's release, and would mention how touched she were by jfk's concern. the kennedy campaign printed up transcripts o' ms. king's radio address... printed 'em by the thousands. tens of thousands.
black voters, who were historical voting republican, the party of Lincoln, do a 180 and vote for jk 'gainst nixon. in one o' the narrowest victories in presidential history, jfk, a democrat, acquires the black vote and wins the election.
a two-minute phone call. a call careful tailored so as not to offend white southern democrats. phone call changed everything.
HA! Good Fun!