Reporting on the contentious swearing in of Mexico's formal president, Calderon, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro describes the scene as follows:
"Like some bizarre cheerleader’s duel, congressmen then cried out to each other in the ensuing hours. On one side of the hall leftist legislators shouted 'Obrador!' over and over…on the other, members of Calderon’s party responded 'Mexico! Mexico!'..."
If only we could have some bizarre cheerleading in our airtight system. Instead we have Al Gore's 2001 gavel-pounding performance (sounds eerily like nails being driven into a coffin) which proved to David Wellna that Gore was "a good sport" who "came off very well."