May 15, 2008
Black Blowback

Is this the end of Nixon’s Southern Strategy? (Incidentally, note the lapel pin in the photo below. Do we see a pattern emerging here? For instance, did Mussolini wear a lapel flag?)

The result in Mississippi, and what Republicans said was a surge in African-American turnout, suggested that Mr. Obama might have the effect of putting into play Southern seats that were once solidly Republican, rather than dragging down Democratic candidates.

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Posted by Jerome Doolittle at May 15, 2008 12:09 PM
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Benito (named after Benito Juárez, the Mexican revolutionary, and an ardent anarchist in his youth) never wore a lapel flag, but a lot of military decorations, although he used to be a draft dodger.

So he may have had something in common with George Walker, after all. Like a lot of fake balls.

Posted by: Peter on May 15, 2008 12:52 PM

Where does one buy a flag pin? And where are they made?

Posted by: Cynthia on May 15, 2008 3:27 PM

It is the end of the Republican party.

Posted by: Michael on May 15, 2008 5:53 PM

I bought mine on the net, because I wanted to get one as big and tacky as the ones Bush wears. A picture of it is at http://badattitudes.com/MT/archives/2003/06/lapel_flags.html

Unfortunately I don't remember the supplier, but just Google "lapel flags." No clue where the things are made, but I imagine you wouldn't go broke if you bet on China or Taiwan.

Posted by: Jerry Doolittle on May 15, 2008 6:00 PM
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