Monday, November 27, 2006

Candidates in the house

When TV cameras arrive, so do the candidates.

Shannon Royer dropped by. Republican spokesman Al Bowman said Royer hasn't been hanging around Chester County, spending his time instead setting up his office in Harrisburg. Going to orientation. Getting comfortable.

Barbara McIlvaine Smith showed up, too. "It's getting a little long at this point," she said. But, she added, "the pace is what it is. The process has to be done correctly."

2 comments:

InsultComicDog said...

I'm sick of the expression "it is what it is"...

John said...

Not half as sick as the candidates are of saying it, I'm sure:
"OMG candidate, I'm a reporter. How are you feeling?"

WHAT THEY'D LIKE TO SAY:
"How the hell do you think I'm feeling? This sucks! It's like a three-week election night! Raaaaahr!"

WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY:
"Well, the process is what it is."

I'll see if they'd be interested in breaking into a rousing chorus of "che sera, sera" instead.