|A scary OC artifact|
|From the Wallace-Lemay campaign flier, "Where Wallace Stands" (1967)|
|Wallace headquarters, Orange|
Remember Pauly? She's one of those knuckle-draggers who assumes that, if you're Muslim, you're a terrorist. She's spectacularly ignorant.
No doubt it’s from the campaign of 1967-8. I found it in one of those antique/junk shops in downtown Orange, a town where the likes of Wallace got lots of support. I remember it well.
Evidently, Bob Walters still lives in Orange.
I didn't run into him or nothin'.
Many will remember Curtis Lemay as a notorious Cold Warrior, but some will recall his equally disturbing role in the dreadfull fire-bombings of Japan toward the end of World War II.
I highly recommend viewing Errol Morris' excellent film The Fog of War (essentially, an interview of Robert McNamara). Here's an excerpt that concentrates on McNamara's work with Lemay during the war:
President Roquemore's Cake