If the concept of the (Past and Future) Presidents' Voluntary Commitment Summit makes you a little nauseous, we'd be glad to pass you the communal barf bag...
First of all, it's hard to get
into the spirit of the thing with Ex-Gen./future Commander-in-Chief
Colin Powell head-butting Al Gore backstage at
the Volunteer-or-get-your-ass-whupped rally in Philly.
(And of course, there was the stair-tumbling
competition between Bill Clinton and
You know the election of 1996 is finally over when they start talking about the next one...
And so it was recently when Jack ("helmet hair") Kemp got on TV and admitted under torture of klieg lights that his "appetite is whetted" about running in 2000.
Just what we need, a candidate who wants to eat his way to the White House. Come to think of, it isn't that what Bill ("I'll have the extra-large fries with that...") Clinton did in '92? Now he's cut back to just having coffee, and lots of it.
But the reason we bring up the Kemp thing is that if he does run--and you know he will--against Al Bore, we'll have to set our alarm clocks to stun mode just to make it through the endless debates.
That, or maybe we'll survive on good old-fashioned java...
Muse Mascot: "Look paw, no shadow!"
Welfare, we hardly knew ye
Tough on terror
Let's call the whole thing off
Stunt men not needed
So now they'll be able to bark, "Next!" in Cambodian,
Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian,
Spanish and Vietnamese.