Cheer, he explained

My conservative cousin from New York, a long-time observer of machine politics, believes that “Hindrocket’s item on the lack of enthusiasm evinced by a crowd of union members should not be surprising.” My cousin suspects that the crowd members “were coerced into going to hear Kerry by their shop stewards. It recalled a garment center rally for Walter Mondale at the end of his Presidential campaign where I observed union bosses exhorting groups of uncomprehending Chinese workers to cheer the Senator’s applause lines.”

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