CCN (Crazy Cal News) - NEW YORK - In an effort to prove that the Clintons, unlike President George W. Bush, are literate, former president Bill Clinton penned a crossword puzzle for the New York Times Magazine. Since the presidency will be a two for the price of one deal if Hillary wins, former president Bill Clinton's literacy could be important to the 2008 elections, should President Bush decide not to cancel them in favor of his dictatorship.
"I admit. I did write that crossword puzzle," said Bill Clinton. I will not lie this time... and I DID inhale."
Clinton provided the clues for the puzzle posted at the weekend, which is themed "Twistin' the Oldies" and is stuffed with pop-culture references to the 1960s and 70s, such as singers
Neil Sedaka, Ray Charles and Otis Redding.
The former president promises that if his wife is elected, he will play such oldies on his saxophone on national television. He understands that Americans need good music to combat the violence and hatred transmitted by Rap "music."
"If Hillary is elected, you also get me, the musical president," said Bill Clinton. "Please don't forget our humanitarian and philanthropic projects that we have done through my foundation."