Art Imitates Life

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Matt K. Kewis writes for The Daily Caller and is a frequent NOWist

There was a great line for political junkies tucked into last night’s episode of “Parks and Recreation.”

As you may know, Amy Pohler’s character, Leslie Knope, is running for local office. And at one point – amid campaign turmoil and confusion – she looks at the camera and utters the following admission: “I’ve been looking at our utter and complete lack of experience as a positive thing. But I’m starting to think it might actually be a problem.”

Leslie, get with the program. That’s called running an “unorthodox” campaign. And if the GOP primary has taught us anything, it’s that there is no downside. (Just ask Herman Cain.)

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