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American politics makes such little sense nowadays that any random jumble of words you put together is likely to describe a real-world situation. For example: Some Chicago dentist is currently running "Hillary 2012" TV ads in New Orleans. It's true!
The commercial was paid for by a Chicago dentist named William DeJean.
When asked why he put the ad up, DeJean told CNN Thursday that "I'm a dentist and I don't think this country is headed in the right direction."
Nice. He should start all of his sentences like that. "I'm a dentist and that is a lovely potato," "I'm a dentist and the answer is 32," "I'm a dentist and I sell flood insurance for a living," and so on.
Maybe this story would make more sense if DeJean bothered explaining: Why spend thousands of dollars to produce and buy airtime for a useless political ad, when you could simply walk to the nearest corner store, buy a 99-cent Bic lighter, and light thousands of dollars on fire?
Because there is a less-than-zero percent chance that Hillary Clinton will primary Barack Obama in 2012. Yeah, that's right. Maybe there's a 0.05% chance of it, you say? Well, you are both wrong and stupid. And a dentist.