Keeping up with the Kandidates — Campus shenanigans

While swarms of voters were hitting the polls a thousand miles away, some beautiful political events were taking place on this very campus.

First, outside of McKeldin Library, two students proudly stood behind a table with a banner hanging that read, “Ron Paul 2012.” Selling pins and tee-shirts, they were trying to get passerby to sign up for their mailing list. I went in for a chat.

According to these supporters, Paul has had the same political views since the 1970s, which they probably view as a good thing. I’m not so sure.

Nonetheless, I signed their petition to bring Paul to campus. No matter what you think about Paul, it’s hard to argue that it wouldn’t be a worthwhile event.

Onto Stamp Student Union, where representatives from the LaRouche Political Action Committee held signs about impeaching President Barack Obama..

I don’t want Obama to get impeached; if he does Joe Biden replaces him. This being the same guy who was caught on camera before millions of viewers picking his nose during Obama’s State of the Union address. He sits directly behind el presidente — did you REALLY not think anyone would notice, Joe?

Juan Cervantes is a junior history major and a student blogger for The Diamondback.


One comment on “Keeping up with the Kandidates — Campus shenanigans

  1. Mide Sokoya says:

    My two cents: Having Ron Paul at our campus, supporter or not will be pretty awesome. And it also seems like the Ron Paul fanatics have several classes at Tydings; I have two courses there, and each time I go to the lecture hall, blackboard is full of Paul graffiti.
    Nice blog Juan!

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