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Screengrab of a closer view of the woman wearing pearls and a dark dress singing (with piano accompaniment) in a black and white 1952 ad for Adlai Stevenson (3 of 4), who according to Dr. Colbert's guest, Chief Curator of the Museum of the Moving Image David Schwartz, thought it was undignified for a presidential candidate to do ads.
- I'd rather have a man with a hole in his shoe
than a hole in everything he says!
I'd rather have a man who knows what to do
when he gets to be the Prez!
I love [wink] the Gov,
the Governor of Illinois.
He is the Gov who brings the dove
of peace and joy
When Illinois the GOP double-crossed
He is the one who told all the crooks, "Get lost!"
Original copyright owner of ad uncertain.
"The Colbert Report", September 27, 2007. This image is for parody use only.
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