Check it out–lol.
As you regulars here know, I dont comment here anymore since I left TEC. This is a historical, contextual comment, only. FYI, This is from the DNC in 1980. Ted Kennedy gave a speech which almost got him the nomination over Carter. In the cartoon, Kennedy has just hit a “home run” with his speech and Cater has been told to throw him a “curve ball” to derail the stampede for Kennedy on the floor of the convention. Carter doesn’t even know what a political “curveball” is. Thus the disarray in the Democratic Party and the eventual trouncing of Carter by Reagan.
Thanks, David, it was the first election for President in which I could vote, and Ted Kennedy visited the Bowdoin campus while I was a student there. Hard to believe it was so long ago now.