As the shortest candidate in the 2004 U.S. Presidential contest, Butternut O'Day enjoyed a distinct view of the political process. During her all-too-brief campaign, Butternut corresponded with dozens of business professionals, retailers, service providers, journalists, public personalities and civic leaders. While the resulting letters expose Butternut's naivetAc about Presidential politics (as well as sportfishing, air travel, Botox, boxing, and many other subjects), they also capture a singular moment in the history of the United States by answering numerous provocative questions. Can a wee person (3'9q) run for President? Can a wee person (3'9q) be taken seriously? Can a wee person (3'9q) find a Presidential suite at Motel 6? Wee, The People: Long Letters from a Short Presidential Candidate is Butternut's endeavor to keep alive the belief that one person-no matter how tall or short, thin or plump, young or old, skilled or untrained-can make a difference in the world.Besides tango lessons, tennis matches and steamy sex in the back of a Cadillac Escalade on Sunset Boulevard during a ... As an independent candidate for the 2004 Presidential election, I am scheduled to visit Las Vegas in the next few months ... like to schedule a marriage ceremony for two members of my team: Angela aFatheada Welsh and Ted Anderson-Cole. ... shea#39;ll give birth to their triplets in Junea Ia#39;d like to treat them to a superior wedding service in your fine establishment.
|Title||:||Wee, the People|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2003-10|