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by Zoe Pollock

Chris Good admits:

Typically, campaigns and registered political committees are not very funny. I know this because I subscribe to a lot of press-release lists and read multiple accusations of hypocrisy every day. Many of them are supposed to be funny, but they are not. They range from impish to unintentionally hysterical to factually inaccurate. Such is the state of contemporary discourse.

But this year the RNC has some pretty good ones.

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