Brilliant

In 1970, each political candidate in Oregon could specify a 12-word slogan to be printed under his name on the ballot.

Frank Hatch of Eugene, who was running as a Democrat for Congress, chose this:

“Anyone who thinks in 12-word slogans should not be on this ballot.”

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