Good old Bill.
So this just occurred to me the other day when I saw Bill on T.V. I then remembered back in February when he gave that speech in NH and wore a Red Flannel. Not exactly his typical style so I think it is safe to assume that he was trying to fit in with the culture in New Hampshire.
Politicians do things like this all the time in order to fit in with different communities across the country, so I can't say I blame him, but come on be a little more obvious.
Flannels are very popular in New Hampshire as well as most cold places. Bill strikes me as the kinda guy who is more comfortable in a suit or more formal clothing instead of roughing it in a flannel out on a camp ground, which is the image he was trying to portray during that speech.
I'm not blaming the guy there are many other examples of this in politics, but this one just stood out to me.
By Spencer Roush