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Thursday, 23 September 2004

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Hats off for first mover advantage

In the first major and historical politico-business alliance, Coke decided to sponsor Bush's election campaign. In a press briefing held at State Department where George Bush and Coke's President of Operations were present on the same dais, coke declared that the company has signed an agreement with Republicans where in they will be offering free coke to all republican party members till election results are declared. If Bush wins, all voters who vote for republican party will be given free and unlimited drink for 3 days.
Bush, in return agreed to wear Coke T-shirt all through the campaign. He said that he will be wearing a new shirt every day and the previous shirts will be sold off in auction the very next day. The money earned will be given to Kerry in donation. Business circles have reacted in surprise as they have never had any idea of Bush's brain power and one day he will embark on this historical and path breaking move, ahead of all theories that have featured in political science or business strategy texts.

Pepsi in turn hired Kerry for political advertisement
and has decided to paste a picture of Kerry on each Pepsi bottle. Kerry is supposed to have paid 50 billion $ for this move. When asked, who will spend this money on your behalf, spokesmen in Democratic party said "let us come to Power, we see that we make 500 of 50". Pepsi also declared that it will distribute free Pepsi to all Iraqi and Afghan war troubled people to gain sympathy to all American voters.
Meanwhile, Clinton, being a Coke lover, has decided to campaign for Bush. In a statement issued, He said that he can abandon the party, he can abandon himself but he cannot say no to Coke. He has also decided to dedicate his book 'My Life' - to George Bush and is even thinking of joining Republican Party as Senior Advisor.

Political circles are talking of an upcoming business proposition where plans are that senior Hollywood stars Arnold Schrwzanagger and Michel Douglas will be campaigning for Bush and Kerry, respectively. Both will wearing the caps of Coke and Pepsi and throw open bottles in public. There is no confirmation of the news as of now.

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