It’s ScuttleButton Time!

The question is not who won last week’s presidential debate.  The question is, can you solve this week’s ScuttleButton puzzle?  Even if I did sneak in a baseball card, which is a violation of the rules?

scuttle0930001bHow to Play
ScuttleButton, as you may know, is that weekly waste-of-time exercise where we post a vertical sequence of campaign buttons.  Your job is to take one word (or concept) per button and add ’em up to arrive at a famous name or familiar expression. Guess the correct phrase and you could be the proud winner of the coveted Political Junkie button!

Enter your submission using the convenient submission form below, or email your submission to [email protected]. You must include your name and city/state to be eligible.

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Skip Bafalis/You Can Believe Him — A Florida Republican, he unsuccessfully sought the governorship in 1970 and 1982.

Toomb Nixon Trank — A 1972 local Nixon coattail from New Jersey.

Felipe Alou baseball card — Yes, once again we cheated.

So, when you combine Skip + Toomb + Alou, you kinda get …

Skip To My Lou.  A popular children’s song that dates back to the 19th century.

And the randomly selected winner is … Selena Blackwell of Salisbury, Md.