Commentary: 'The Gaffer' Makes Politics Fun Satirist commentators Bruce Kluger and David Slavin create a product that notifies candidates when they are starting to make a faux pas that could get them in trouble. It's worn on the belt and emits various warning sounds. The parodic plan is modeled on "The Clapper" -- as seen on TV -- right down to a catchy jingle.
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Commentary: 'The Gaffer' Makes Politics Fun

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Commentary: 'The Gaffer' Makes Politics Fun

Commentary: 'The Gaffer' Makes Politics Fun

Commentary: 'The Gaffer' Makes Politics Fun

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Satirist commentators Bruce Kluger and David Slavin create a product that notifies candidates when they are starting to make a faux pas that could get them in trouble. It's worn on the belt and emits various warning sounds. The parodic plan is modeled on "The Clapper" — as seen on TV — right down to a catchy jingle.