You thought “Vote Grammar!” was over…

Written By: admin - Sep• 01•09

So I’ve been walking past this recently.


I’m not going to fault it for the quotation marks.  If there’s a time to use random quotation marks without attribution of a quote, it’s probably with political slogans.  So that gets a pass.  But as far as I can tell, we’re also looking at

  1. a comma instead of a semicolon;
  2. a total lack of concluding punctuation; and
  3. a really interesting random capitalization of “she” and “already.”

Now I could understand capitalizing “already” if they were making a play on the candidate’s name or something.  In this case, let me assure you that the candidate’s name is totally unrelated.  So…

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