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Not Prince Hamlet

"Full of high sentence, but a bit obtuse."

Stumping (er--Praying) for The Man (er--Woman)

Monday, May 08, 2006

NPH was today asked to give the invocation at a campaign event for a candidate for the U.S. Senate. NPH did it.

Here's the KC Star's coverage of the candidate's speech, with video. If you watch the video, you can spot NPH on the front row of the crowd, three over from the left, in a white shirt. As you study the grainy blank look on my face, know that the thought repeatedly running through my head is: "I'm a political lapdog; I'm a political lapdog; I'm a political lapdog."

Och, well. If asked to do the same by her competitor, I'd do it. That's right: my invoking talents are for sale. Politicians take notice!


posted by Not Prince Hamlet, 3:14 PM


you are a pawn dude! HAHA
commented by Blogger Scott, 11:22 AM  

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