Don't eat campaign dirt
Dirty political campaigns are as old as the Founding Fathers.
Thomas Jefferson and John Adams are said to have thrown the first mud at each other in the presidential election of 1800.
Jefferson accused his old pal -- who was then president -- of being a fool, a hypocrite, a criminal and a tyrant.
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