Jeff: do you know what a caucus is?
Matt: I think they were talking about a caucus when I was in England
Matt: Something to do with the house of Parliament
Jeff: The word caucus is a North American Indian word, thought to be of Algonquin origin, meaning a gathering of the ruling tribal chiefs. The modern definition describes caucuses as a process of political party members gathering to make policy decisions and to select candidates.
Matt: ahh yes
Matt: They smoked a shitload of mushrooms (no pun intended) and sat around the sweat-hut trying to determine whether Little Big Sheep or Big Little Sheep would be next in line to be the chief
Matt: One of them tripped and fell (still no pun intended), and yelled "CAUCUS" as he hit the floor
The 2004 Iowa caucus was won by John Kerry
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