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Thursday, 7 October 2010

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Washington DC: Four gentlemen were seen entering the US Capitol, which is currently empty as most of the Congressmen and Senators have gone home to stump for reelection. They were former Presidents James E Carter (D-39), George HW Bush (R-41), William J Clinton (D-42) and George W Bush (R-43).

The subject of this bipartisan meeting was who will be chosen as the next US presidential candidate in 2012. Each former chief executive spoke in turn.

Former President J Carter said "I managed to deregulate the airline industry and object to being compared to President Obama."

Former President GHW Bush said "I successfully (Commander-in-Chief) prosecuted Gulf War I, letting General Colin Powell do what had to be done, as opposed to President Obama's politically correct Afghanistan war."

Former President W Clinton said "I managed to balance the federal budget, leave the treasury a surplus and have to stump for President Obama who grows more unpopular each day."

Former President GW Bush said "I managed to give all the American people a very large tax cut and am not responsible for President Obama's $3 trillion deficit spending spree."

The meeting consensus was that a presidential candidate is needed in 2012 that is not left or right ideology driven, will not over regulate American's lives, is a real Commander-in-Chief that has the political will to destroy Islamic extremism, is not economically clueless, can balance the federal budget by cutting spending and also reduce taxes.

A second meeting was scheduled to discuss a consensus candidate from among the many possible Republican and Democratic candidates desiring to occupy the Oval Office in the White House.

First lady Michelle Obama said "Barack, Barack wake up you're having that nightmare again!"

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