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May Your Wildest Dreams Come True

I just got home from work and hope to join my colleagues with a handful of posts tonight. As I walked through the front door, my wife and 15-year-old son were watching Napoleon Dynamite. Napoleon and Pedro were campaigning, wearing their "Vote for Pedro" T-shirts, and it wasn't long before Pedro gave his campaign speech, pleading with the students to vote for him so "all your wildest dreams will come true."

Not sure if tonight's final tallies will result in anyone's wildest dreams coming true, but it certainly has been a wild campaign for the last year or so.

And I doubt if we'll see either Obama or McCain doing a Napoleonic dance later this evening.

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Posted:November 4, 2008 at 7:38PM
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