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The entertainment highlight of the debate was the behavior of Ryan “Fast Food” Fantuzzi: this fine SC “Conservative, not Change” P gentleman, sporting some physical resemblance to Pat Buchanan, also sported (see the Daily article Debate focuses on ruling party’s record: Students vying for MSA presidency clash over ideologies, platforms) a bottle of…Coke, which he swigged with alarming frequency. (Caffeine will do this.) As Daily also says, R “FF” F didn’t know what the Statement of Student Rights and Responsibilities (“The Code”) was; and he also called out certain parties’ “radical ideas, bad ideas, and no ideas” (guess which respective parties he meant). Finally, he also talked about bringing Taco Bell to campus, and discussed the Steak Deluxe burrito he recently had at Big Ten Burrito…whether with “Coke” or not, he failed to say.
No endorsement for SCP from THIS commentator. (“yet”).
As for others: Monica Smith of DAAP assiduously affirmed affirmative action, several times; and re (in alphabetical order) Rese Fox of MPP and Nicole Stallings of S4M—I shall not go into great detail about the rest of the debate, especially since the Daily covered a lot of it.
And as before: no endorsement of any candidate or party by this author, especially this late in the “game”. (I am about to post something else on the election, but not an endorsement.) Get ready to vote though!!!
”...The massive, frustrated energies of a mainly young, disillusioned electorate that has long since abandoned the idea that we all have a duty to vote. This is like being told you have a duty to buy a new car, but you have to choose immediately between a Ford and a Chevy.”—Hunter S. Thompson, “Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail ‘72”
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