3. We have a distinct lack of rhythm.
We start strong (see item #1), but we don't last long. Often, within two iterations of "Yes we can," we have managed to stray from the beat. Sections would split off, sometimes in that canonic "Row, row, row your boat" way, and sometimes they would take off bravely on their own sense of beat, all ending in chaos that we'd fix by just giving a finale of "Wooooooh!"
4. If you give it to us, we will wave it in the air.
They gave us flags. They gave us posters labeled "Change." Each time we gamely shared them with our section and hoisted â€˜em above our heads. Oh, did you want us to wave those monster American flags three times our size? No problemo, just give us a second to stretch our lats. However, even as us more cynical Dems heard the speeches, saw the sunset, listened to the music and the cheering, we realized we may be kinda excited to wave our flag a few times, too.
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