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* Maybe he only puts a "back home" accent on for constituents. As an extension, maybe he just puts on a New York accent to greet ''us'' - since nobody who hears him there will be telling on him, it's actually good politics to have secrets to share. Helps everybody feel they're all on the same side.

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* Maybe he only puts a "back home" accent on for constituents. As an extension, maybe he just puts on a New York accent to greet ''us'' - since nobody who hears him there will be telling on him, it's actually good politics to have secrets to share. Helps everybody feel they're all on the same side.side.
* Why did a former First Lady from Arkansas move to New York to become a senator? Because that's where the opening was. Perhaps he's a native New Yorker who relocated to Michigan to run for an open or easily winnable seat.


This is a minor nitpick I suppose, but it is something that stuck out as odd for a highly successful politician to have.

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This is a minor nitpick I suppose, but it is something that stuck out as odd for a highly successful politician to have.have.
* Maybe he only puts a "back home" accent on for constituents. As an extension, maybe he just puts on a New York accent to greet ''us'' - since nobody who hears him there will be telling on him, it's actually good politics to have secrets to share. Helps everybody feel they're all on the same side.


[[WMG:Why does Henry Cicero, senator from Michigan, have a New York accent (or something a lot like it]]

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This is a minor nitpick I suppose, but it is something that stuck out as odd for a highly successful politician to have.

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