A few words on a poster is all voters have to make up their minds

We’re saddled with dinosaurs trafficking old and outdated ideas

19 May 2024 - 00:00

The men jockeying for our attention — and our votes — grin sheepishly from poles, trees and billboards, conveying a sentiment at  odds with the public mood. How dare they smile down on us when we’re having such a hard time? The country is in a funk, but they seem in pretty jolly spirits. It’s as if they’re mocking us...

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