To the hustings !
In the run-up to the 1952 election, Eisenhower was berated by his aides for not exhibiting sufficient showmanship on the stump. "If the price of victory is that I must shake both hands above my head" he replied, "it is a price I am not willing to pay".
By contrast, we'll do (almost) anything.
Vote, vote, vote for Bill Quango !
(That's Capitalists@Work, www.cityunslicker.blogspot.com)
*stands on head and shakes both legs in the air*