The life of the third party

The New York Times profiles Libertarian Party vice presidential candidate Wayne Allyn Root as he returns to his home town of New York:

“NO matter where I go,” said Wayne Allyn Root, “everyone stops me and says I look like Bill Clinton. It must be the hair.”

That’s where the resemblance ends….

The reporter, Thomas Vinciguerra, has dinner with Root at a Chinese restaurant. In due course:

Fortune cookies arrived. Mr. Root’s read, “You are not afraid of storms because you are learning to sail your ship.”

He nodded in agreement about those storms. “I sail right into them,” he said.

3 Responses to “The life of the third party”

  1. Jonathan Says:

    This is a good article to grow the Third Party movement:

    http://www.nolanchart.com/article5127.html

  2. citizen1 Says:

    WAR like Bill Clinton has supported Joe Lieberman in at least one election. I’m sure that we could find more resemblences.

  3. disinter Says:

    “NO matter where I go,” said Wayne Allyn Root, “everyone stops me and says I look like Bill Clinton. It must be the hair.”

    Just as sleazy as Clinton too.

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