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Fiddlin' Around


November 11, 2020

Let's hope this turns out to be true this year: "You call my candidate a horse thief, and I call yours a lunatic, and both of us know it's just till election day. It's an American custom, like eating corn on the cob. And, afterwards, we settle down quite peaceably and agree we've got a pretty good country —until next election."

I couldn't have said that any better myself, because these words were penned by Stephen Vincent Benèt an American poet, writer and novelist, who once received the Pulitzer Prize for his epic poem "John Brown's Body". Or maybe you read his short story "The Devil an...

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