Schauer Has It Hands Down

The Democrat candidate for Michigan's governor attempts to use prestidigitation perhaps?

Or not

After watching the gubernatorial townhall (why we cannot simply call these things debates anymore is beyond me) I decided to compress ALL of the Schauer camera speaking moments into a shortened video. It was hard not to notice something that he does in every ad, in every speaking engagement and otherwise.

I have seldom seen anyone use their hands as often when speaking as does Mark Schauer. The Dem candidate for governor is so animated, one might think that his mouth and his hands are connected; That they are linked and one might be controlling the other. Throughout the entire affair, both hands were critical to his presentation.

Interestingly, it is possible according to one writer:

“Professor Bass said, “Coupling of vocal and pectoral-gestural circuitry starts to get at the evolutionary origins of the coupling between vocalization (speech) and gestural signalling (hand movements).”

One might wonder which component is the master or slave in that arrangement?

And don’t think you are missing much with only music and no vocal rendition here. There was nothing compelling by Schauer’s performance verbally. It was a repetitious mention of $1 billion cut from our schools nonsense. Snyder’s performance and pandering was nearly as unbearable. Outside of the obvious (look at the budget folks) increases in spending in the last few years, the governor mentioned his desire for lame ducks to quack to the tune of higher gas taxes after the election.

What a choice, eh?

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  4 comments for “Schauer Has It Hands Down

  1. Corinthian Scales
    October 16, 2014 at 9:35 am

    J-man, spend some time with Italians and get back to us about that hand thingie.

    Frankly, folks spend too much time on distractions. Both Schauer, and Snyder, are central planning, District of Columbia loving assclowns.

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    • KG One
      October 16, 2014 at 10:45 am

      Reminds me of some people I used to work for.

      If these are the "best" candidates available, anybody else want to see "None of the Above" on future ballots?

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      • October 16, 2014 at 1:13 pm

        Funny you should mention that KG..

        I have a guest article coming up that takes NOTA to the next level. Its pure brilliance! Look for it Monday or Tuesday.

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