In Vermont competing in the elections policy played a duet and sang the song Society

Original way to return to the policy of cultural behavior had elected two rival candidates for the office of member of the Legislative Assembly of the state of Vermont. After the debate, the representatives of the Republican and Democratic parties played musical instruments and sang a song Society («Society»).

It all began in late September when a small County Lamoil the Democratic candidate Lucy Rogers came up with the idea to organize a musical Duo with her political rival from the Republicans Zack Mayo. A woman with a knowledge of the cello, in the process of the election race has learned that its rival also in the past had a close relationship with this art form. Rogers sent an email invitation to his rival, to which he agreed.

The event was scheduled for 10 October, just after both candidates had to meet face-to-face at the debate. So they wanted to show that it is necessary to reduce the degree of intensity in American politics and treat each other with respect. As a composition, is transferring the idea of this campaign, chose the song Society («Society»).

«Society, have mercy on me,
I hope you’re not angry if I disagree…

Society, you’re really crazy,
I hope you’re not lonely without me…»

The performance of the politicians warmly welcomed by local residents. Moreover, the video of this duet was immediately spread throughout the country. Many Americans say that people standing at the head of the country, you need to take a cue from candidates from Vermont. Perhaps then the world will be a little kinder.


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