Delusions in a Southern Drawl

The political strategist
said in a Southern drawl,
“He’ll change his demeanor
once he is in the Oval
Office. He will work for
the people because he has
more than enough money,”
which, of course, begs the
question once posed to one of
the heirs to the Ford
fortune, “When is enough
enough?” — to which the
privileged kid on his way
to the chauffeured limo
reputedly said, “It’s
never enough.” It is never
enough to fill the Hollow Man,
so he won’t ever change his
demeanor. Simply, he will
continue to demean. What’s
the cliche about a zebra and
its stripes? If the Hollow
Man is anything, he is a

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