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Patrick McAlister

It has been said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. I find it amusing Stutzman's chosen to brand himself exactly like President Obama; his imitation "M" to the Obama "O" shows a shocking lack of creative campaign tactics.
Let's hope for his sake the ideas he campaigns on express more original thought than his brand. If not, his foray into statewide politics will be short indeed.

Ed. note: Dan Quayle's choice of green and white in his first race in for Congress was evocative - and imitative - of the Jimmy Carter presidential campaign.

Those color choices have come down to the present day through the direct line of the campaigns of Dan Quayle, Dan Coats and Mark Souder.

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