News, but not the serious kind
At this time, we will board all candidates…
Stairs. If you are able to spot candidates climbing back onto their campaign plane, readers eat that up. I find roughly 8,500,000 tarmac stair-climbing photos from this campaign alone, and I’m thinking of publishing a coffee table book called, “Steps to the White House.”
Awesome! I bet that would sell a lot, and these examples are gripping and dramatic. But as important as the candidates are, isn’t there a way they could arrange for moving stairs to their planes at each stop?
Yes, they could. The legal term for having that in a contract is “escalation clause.”
You are such a loser! That’s it, I’m never coming back here!
You’ll come back. They always come back.
Above: Republican presidential nominee Senator John McCain, his wife Cindy and vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin wave from the top of the stairs of to their campaign plane, September 6, 2008. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
Below: Combo of countless candidate stair-climbing photos by REUTERS