<br>How many people would say 'yeah I'd do that'<br>Kind of like what NY just had, yet w/o the blackout rather a walk out into the street for a halfhour,<br>everyone, in the U.S. maybe the world, get's out and just walks,<br>15 minutes out and then back to their job,<br>home, car, TVshow or whatever.<br>Sure there will be sharks taking advantage,<br>yet we'd all then know who the sharks are.<br><br> <br><br>Neil Young for president!
There is a super idea, walk a mile, or better yet, walk a mile in my Moccasins. And while we walk along togather lets consider Amnesty for the political prisoners held in our country as well as others<br><br>
Bobby Darin's Queen of the Hop can be he/she's theme song!<br>Well, she/he wears short shorts and a rock 'n roll shoes.<br>You ought to see him/her dance to the yellow dog blues.<br>She's/he's my sugar time baby, I'm her/his lollipop,<br>An' everybody knows to vote for de queen of de hop...everyone can dance on the way to the polls. [color:green]Peter for Pres</font color=green> If you come in drag, you can vote twice !!<br><br>
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