• I'm going back to sleep!

    Gamble, Ed

    A character based on the Washington Irving story \Rip Van Winkle\ awakes and asks a nearby man what has happened in the thirty years he has been asleep. When the man tells Van Winkle social statistics…

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  • Now That's Incredible!

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    Republican presidential running mates Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush stand underneath a giant cannon among artillery shells labeled with political talking points such as \foreign policy,\ \econom…

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  • Get rid of him! He's ruining my party!

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    A Republican elephant, wearing a dress, heels, and pearls, informs a reporter dressed as an exterminator to get rid of Republican presidential candidate Pat Buchanan. Buchanan stands on a buffet table…

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  • Maybe they'll come back when he officially decides to run!?

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    Presidential candidates George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton stand at podiums as undeclared candidate Ross Perot is swarmed by supporters.

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  • Let's get some offense! Bid...Uh...Gep...Uh...Duk...No...Hart, get in there!

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    The Democratic donkey, dressed as a baseball coach, summons former U.S. Senator Gary Hart onto the field. The other Democratic presidential candidates, dressed as baseball players, sit on the bench, s…

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  • Sorry...we can't get involved...we've got a presidential race to cover!

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    Uncle Sam gets mugged by thugs representing a health care crisis, a budget deficit, and jobs. A reporter and a cameraman dig through a Media Issues trashcan nearby, revealing papers on scandal and dir…

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  • Cease fire...cease fire!

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    Voters hide in a freshly dug out grave whose tombstone reads \R.I.P. Vietnam War.\ Missiles labeled Bush and Kerry fly overhead. One of the voters waves a white flag to surrender.

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  • Uh...best two out of three?

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    A man asks a woman if she is still undecided about the presidential election. She answers neither of the candidates appeal to her. The man agrees and offers to flip a coin to choose between the candid…

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  • By A Nose!

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    Presidential candidates George W. Bush and Al Gore finish running a track race, with Bush's nose touching the Florida finish line tape first.

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  • Presidential candidates run to catch the debate ball

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    Presidential candidates Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter, dressed as football players, lunge to catch a football marked \Debates.\ Independent Party candidate John Anderson, dressed in a baseball unifor…

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  • Bush attempts to combine his popularity with Reagan's popularity

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    George H. W. Bush, wearing pajamas, tries to merge his popularity toothpaste with Ronald Reagan's popularity toothpaste with poor results.

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  • Bush collides with a New Hampshire tree while skiing

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    Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole skiis past opponent George H. W. Bush, who has collided with tree labeled \New Hampshire.\

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  • You Didn't Tell Anybody We Were Planning a Tax Cut, Did You?

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    In a Wild West scene, President Jimmy Carter and his advisor on inflation, Alfred E. Kahn, are held up on a stagecoach by presidential candidate Ronald Reagan. Carter and Kahn are transporting a crate…

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  • Gosh...and I haven't even suited up, yet!

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    Newly elected President George H. W. Bush is squashed under a dogpile of large football players, whose uniforms read \Deficit,\ \Toxic Clean-Ups,\ \Savings & Loan Crisis,\ and \Trade.\

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  • Yeah, could I swap them for something a little more exciting?

    Gamble, Ed

    A Democratic donkey informs the store clerk at a customer service desk he wants to exchange his bag of Democratic presidential candidates for something \a little more exciting.\

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  • Darn...I thought I was going to get to call my own plays!

    Gamble, Ed

    Democratic candidate Bill Clinton, dressed in a football uniform, is swarmed by several coaches with each having his or her own gameplan. The coaches represent liberals, women's groups, unions, lawyer…

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  • Al! Hillary?

    Gamble, Ed

    Hillary Clinton runs into Al Gore at a Democrat sign store. They are both purchasing presidential campaign signs for the 2008 election year.

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  • The Donald's exploratory committee for President

    Gamble, Ed

    Businessman Donald Trump, wearing a royal robe and crown, asks a cameraman representing the National Media if the crowd is excited. The cameraman replies, \Let's just say they are in a good mood.\ The…

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  • The roadrunner tricks the coyote by sneaking up from behind

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    In an homage to the Looney Tunes animated cartoon, the roadrunner representing Bill Clinton sneaks up behind the coyote representing Bob Dole. The roadrunner motions to light the coyote's explosive la…

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  • I'm very pleased and think the country will be in good hands no matter who wins!

    Gamble, Ed

    A poll taker interviews a large man in a suit wearing a \Special Interests\ political button. The man stands beside two bags of money from the Dole-Kemp and Clinton-Gore campaigns.

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