The Sound of the Crowd

“Camp Redemption”

Or, the Angel, Spike and Andrew story–where what you call something is more important than what it self-evidently is.

As Ink 19 editor/publisher Ian said, god, why don’t they just get Disney to run things? Although then, at least, the streets would be clean.

Anyone out there remember that George Bush the elder got in a bit of trouble 25 years ago or so when he called Ronald Reagan’s policies–before he was on the ticket, natch–“voodoo economics?”

This is voodoo politics.


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