Hitting the Road
This Thursday I will be embarking on a five-day campaign trip that will take me through Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina. Right now the only thing that is anything near planned is a small rally in Winston-Salem. I am open to other rallies (especially on Monday morning and afternoon.)
I might give an impromptu speech in front of the very spot where I first decided to get involved in politics in 1998 when I ran for Senate, (I was beating John Edwards and Lauch Faircloth in polls when people found out I wasn’t eligible due to age.)
This was supposed to be part of a longer trip that would have brought me into Washington DC the following weekend for my daughter’s birthday. While I was able to find someone who could take care of the dog for that time, I couldn’t find anybody to watch my pet ants or water my bread mold beyond Monday. I’ll be back home Monday evening only to head to Washington that Friday. OPEC is starting to love me.
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