Julian Assange insists that this week’s ScuttleButton puzzle wasn’t hacked by the Russians. You decide.
How 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. You must include your name and city/state to be eligible.
Watson Congress — Albert Watson, then a Democrat, was elected to Congress from South Carolina in 1962. He switched to the Republican Party in 1965 and served in the House until an unsuccessful bid for governor in 1970.
Support Your Local Police — Circa mid 1960s.
Up Against the Wall, Commies — Don’t you miss the days when communism was the enemy?
Let Coors Be Meese — When White House counselor Ed Meese became attorney general, conservatives tried to get President Reagan to name Colorado beer magnate Joseph Coors to replace Meese as counselor.
So, when you combine Watson + Your +Wall + Let, you kinda get …
What’s in your wallet? That catch phrase of the Capital One commercials.
And the randomly selected winner is Bob Koger of Bountiful, Utah. Bob wins the coveted Political Junkie button,