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June 22, 2007

Dodd Campaign Enlists Musical Backup

When a presidential candidate receives 1% (or less) in various polls, he needs to do something -- anything -- to get voters to notice him. And so Chris Dodd has enlisted the aid of Paul Simon to help entertain voters when he heads to Iowa in early July.

Why Paul Simon, famous for his '60s music-making with Art Garfunkle (Bridge Over Troubled Water) and later solo works (Kodachrome and You Can Call Me Al)?

"Paul is a long time friend," [Dodd] said, "and one of the most important voices in American music, and he has been tireless in his service to the greater good of people throughout our country and the world."

I doubt even Simon's musical talents will breathe new life into this sinking campaign, but you can't blame Dodd for trying just about anything. Any port in a storm, as the saying goes. And if voters find Dodd a bit dull, at least they can enjoy the music.

He's hoping Paul Simon will excite the voters...
best of luck!

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