Dan Collins sent me this one:
MILWAUKEE, Sept. 14 — Forget soccer moms and NASCAR dads. The most important demographic in these parts transcends gender and geography — it’s Green Bay Packers fans.
Both candidates are targeting them with the ferocity of a Brett Favre bullet, but only John F. Kerry has fumbled the name of the hallowed grounds on which the Packers play, the frozen tundra of Curly Lambeau Field.
At a campaign event last month, the Democratic presidential nominee called it Lambert Field — a slip of the tongue carried on television, in papers throughout the state and on ESPN’s Web site.