I think this is where it's really at. Well done Mr. Boffo!
As Jesse Ventura, you stand as one of the most bizarre Renaissance men of your era. In a time when specialization is increased with rising populations, you try to do everything, with your bare hands or pure rationality. You've made enemies along the way, perhaps throngs of them, but your efforts to please everyone have at least impressed cold people. You're going to need a hat if you hang out in the cold much longer.
You select Stone Cold Steve Austin as your running mate to help intimidate the country.
As Russ Feingold, you are often on your own, a lone voice of sanity in an insane asylum. You keep voluntarily returning to the asylum, convinced that you can change the minds of those around you. You talk about the need for personal freedom, to avoid fighting for the rest of one's life, and even the simple importance of cleaning up one's act. It seems no one is listening. You even want people to have rights to love and be healthy! Now that's just crazy-talk.
You select Evan Bayh as your running mate to try to turn Indiana blue for the first time in 34 years.
As Nancy Pelosi, you stand as one of the only true and courageous people that anyone can name. Despite a haphazard reputation and unexpected rise to power, you could be one of the only legitimate hopes for your friends. You have been able to tell the truth about what is happening, and reflect a widely held but somewhat quiet set of beliefs. Recently, you have been bestowed with great resources by your power company. Your latent love for a military retiree is bound to get you in trouble.
You select Russ Feingold as your running mate so your ticket can claim to have known there were no weapons of mass destruction.
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Mine's going to be by a league. In 1984 the Cubs won the eastern division of the NL and the Eastern Division had home field for the (then) 5 game playoffs. But the Cubs' Wrigley field did not then have lights, so all games had to be in the day.