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Dump the Presidential politics – Doilies dominate
Getting sick of Presidential politics.? You ain’t seen nothing yet. Already telemarketers are sneaking into homes at all hours of the day and night and the commericals have begun. Dump the debates; it’s now time to take a break from Presidential politics and move on to more important issues. The B&B industry asks all red, white and blue travelers to set aside the political ambitions of Republicans and Democrats and focus on more important issues…the destiny of the doily at today’s inns and B&Bs.
The Better Way To Stay campaign asks all loyal Americans and Canadians to choose their party – Pro Doily or No Doily in Doily Decision 2012, a ground breaking popular vote sure to guide legislation into the future. Simply go to http://www.betterwaytostay.com/doily-campaign/ to view campaign ads from each party then cast your vote.
The Pro Doily party is setting the doily stimulus package at the forefront of their campaign, running on a platform of freedom to crochet for all. “A doily on every surface,” is the mantra of the Pro Doily party, lobbying for tax-free status for doilies among other amendments and supported by the Crochet for a Better Day Super PAC.
The No Doily party maintains doily reform is long overdue, with doily anarchy having gone on long enough at inns and B&Bs. “Death to Doilies” is the cry of the No Doily Party promising to support capital punishment for doilies and vowing to put an end to doily excess, while eliminating doilies from every bureau in the country. This party is buoyed by the Liberate our Furniture SuperPac.
It’s time to cast your vote on the destiny of the doily. Choose your party and vote for the future of the doily at today’s inns and B&Bs. There’s a doily filled or doily free B&B for every true blooded nationalist. Go to www.BetterwaytoStay.com and cast your vote in Doily Decision 2012, then find the B&B that’s perfectly decorated for your taste not to mention tips on finding or burying doilies after Doily Decision 2012 is made.
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