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Date:Thu, 19 Oct 2000 03:54:00 -0700 (PDT)

Pretty humorous.

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Subject: FW: Debate

Just try to read this without laughing! If you've watched any of the
debates, you'll love this - regardless of which loser you're voting for.

Heather Laughlin
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From: Kristin Dougherty [mailto:KDougherty@collectamerica.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 1:17 PM
Subject: FW: Debate

Second Presidential Debate Transcript
<Jim Lehrer: Welcome to the second presidential debate between Vice
<President Al Gore and Gov. George W. Bush. The candidates have agreed on
<these rules:
<I will ask a question. The candidate will ignore the question and deliver
<rehearsed remarks designed to appeal to undecided women voters. The
<will then have one minute to respond by trying to frighten senior citizens

<into voting for him. When a speaker's time has expired, I will whimper
<softly while he continues to spew incomprehensible statistics for three
<more minutes.
<Let's start with the vice president. Mr. Gore, can you give us the name of
<downtrodden citizen and then tell us his or her story in a way that
<strains the bounds of common sense?
<Gore: As I was saying to Tipper last night after we tenderly made love
<the way we have so often during the 30 years of our rock-solid marriage,
<downtrodden have a clear choice in this election. My opponent wants to
<cut taxes for the richest 1 percent of Americans. I, on the other hand,
<to put the richest 1 percent in an iron clad lockbox so they can't hurt
<people like Roberta Frampinhamper, who is here tonight. Mrs.
<Frampinhamper has been selling her internal organs, one by one, to pay for

<gas so that
<she can travel to these debates and personify problems for me. Also,
<has arthritis.
<Lehrer: Gov. Bush, your rebuttal.
<Bush: Governors are on the front lines every day, hugging people, crying
<with them, relieving suffering anywhere a photo opportunity exists. I
<want to empower those crying people to make their own decisions, unlike my

<opponent, whose mother is not Barbara Bush.
<Lehrer: Let's turn to foreign affairs. Gov. Bush, if Slobodan Milosevic
<were to launch a bid to return to power in Yugoslavia, would you be able
<pronounce his name?
<Bush: The current administration had eight years to deal with that guy
<and didn't get it done. If I'm elected, the first thing I would do about
<guy is have Dick Cheney confer with our allies. And then Dick would
<present me several options for dealing with that guy. And then Dick would
<tell me
<which one to choose. You know, as governor of Texas, I have to make tough
<foreign policy decisions every day about how we're going to deal with New
<Lehrer: Mr. Gore, your rebuttal.
<Gore: Foreign policy is something I've always been keenly interested in.
<I served my country in Vietnam. I had an uncle who was a victim of poison
<gas in World War I. I myself lost a leg in the Franco-Prussian War. And
<when that war was over, I came home and tenderly made love to Tipper in a
<that any undecided woman voter would find romantic. If I'm entrusted with
<the office of president, I pledge to deal knowledgeably with any threat,
<foreign or domestic, by putting it in an iron clad lockbox. Because the
<American people deserve a president who can comfort them with simple
<Lehrer: Vice President Gore, how would you reform the Social Security
<Gore: It's a vital issue, Jim. That's why Joe Lieberman and I have
<proposed changing the laws of mathematics to allow us to give $50,000 to
<senior citizen without having it cost the federal treasury a single penny
<the year 2250. In addition, my budget commits $60 trillion over the next
<years to guarantee that all senior citizens can have drugs delivered free
<to their homes every Monday by a federal employee who will also help them
<with the child-proof cap.
<Lehrer: Gov. Bush?
<Bush: That's fuzzy math. I know, because as governor of Texas, I have to
<do math every day. I have to add up the numbers and decide whether I'm
<to fill potholes out on Rt. 36 east of Abilene or commit funds to reroof
<sheep barn at the Texas state fairgrounds.
<Lehrer: It's time for closing statements.
<Gore: I'm my own man. I may not be the most exciting politician, but I
<will fight for the working families of America, in addition to turning the

<White House into a lusty pit of marital love for Tipper and me.
<Bush: It's time to put aside the partisanship of the past by electing no
<onebut Republicans.
<Lehrer: Good night.