We are relatively bipartisan here at Walking the Berkshires, all things considered, and astute readers will note that there is no archive with the heading "Politics" on the sidebar. That doesn't mean we have no interest in things political - far from it - but prefer to stick to issues and interests wherever possible. Radically centrist of me, I know.
Except, that is, when there is an opportunity for a comedic interlude of an historic and political nature. Back in the heady days of 1967 (which featured the Summer of Love in which I was conceived), a little volume entitled Beat It, Kid...You Can't Vote came out from a small Connecticut Press. This bit of archival political satire is in my personal collection and can be had on eBay, but why settle for the dated balloon captions offered by the likes of Gloria Steinem for images like this when you can provide your own? Surely with such classic material, one of you dear readers can do better than the original caption: "Have the Pure Food and Drugs people heard about this?"
Though what immediately comes to my mind in this case may not be fit for a family publication, let the double entendres roll!