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|T. Beeth. Campaign in Poetry You campaign in poetry, You govern in prose.* |
You put your foot in an iamb, not in your mouth. You rhyme at night, reason in the
morning. You walk a pentameter ; a hexameter, you sprint, and so on and so forth
|The Greatest Presidential Campaign Speeches of the Twentieth Century and |
How They Shaped Modern America Michael ... Senator Hillary Clinton, was apt to
quote Mario Cuomo's admonition You campaign in poetry, you govern in prose
|Watch your back and she gave this in a speech to O'Bama: You campaign in |
poetry, you govern in prose. Well she'll surely try to figure out McCain. Righto.
05 out. Richards lifted the window shade, and it was frosted over with
|As Mario Cuomo once remarked, You campaign in poetry; you govern in prose.|
23 Whitman campaigned in prose; her campaign rhetoric was never lyrical. While
her radio commercials were well designed, her speeches were prosaic ...
|The former Governor ofNew York,Mario Cuomo, summed upthis |
differenceneatlywhen hesaid: 'You campaign in poetry.You govern in prose.'
Anditisin the prose of government where things go wrong. It is here onefindswhat
the journalist ...
|EDMUND BURKE (1 729-97), Irish philosopher, statesman. Reflections on the |
Revolution in France (}79Q). 2 You campaign in poetry. You govern in prose.
MARIO CUOMO (b. 1 932), U.S. Democratic politician. New Republic (
|CUNARD 244 20 Jesus he was a handsome man and what i want to know is how |
do you like your blueeyed boy Mister ... Quoted in The Dancer and the Dance (in
conversation with Jacqueline Lesschaeve; 1991) Cuomo, Mario (Mario Matthew
Cuomo; b.1932) U.S. politician You campaign in poetry. You govern in prose.
|LOCAL COLOR "You campaign in poetry, you govern in prose." Mario Cuomo, |
governor of New York from 1983 to 1995 "In every election in American history,
both parties have their cliches. The party that has the cliches that ring true wins.
|AnAfrican American man wins a closely fought campaign in apivotal state. ... to |
quoting aMario Cuomo phrase from the 1980swith whichto take Obama down
apegor two: You campaign in poetry, but you govern in prose, she remarked.