2012 in Review – June
June was a slow month but it did have its good moments. I did some campaigning in the eastern US and southeastern Canada. Albee Thayer showed his ability to reach out to the zombie demographic. I also received my first celebrity endorsement in a while.
June was a good month for campaigning in America but a bad month for campaigning in France and Germany. Aside from confusing the last name of the President of France with a different European country, I also had problems with my laptop and phone. The only person who was receiving my telepathic distress calls was a homeless man who was a Romney supporter.
June was also a good month for supporters to publicly show their vocal support like in the video below:
June did not end on a good note. A heat wave in the east got to me, especially when I went to Washington DC to visit my daughter. It was hot and humid, like something I never experienced living in DC before.
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