Ever listen to a politician’s speech and feel like you’re hearing a bunch of great stuff, but when it’s over you realize there wasn’t any “there” there? OK, then you don’t have to see “The Campaign” (2012), a formulaic political comedy starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis. Having said that, we all know that a Will Ferrell plot is merely a vessel used to carry along a string of hilarious quips and hijinks. And there’s a lot of funny stuff, but there’s not really a movie there. (BTW, if F-bombs were votes, Ferrell’s candidate would have won in a landslide.)