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My preferred way? Duel at dawn, carried on CSPAN and CSPAN2, If CNN, CBS, NBC,FOX want to broadcast they are told to go to hell. No proxies allowed, no champions, just the candidates in a steel cage deathmatch. Allow the personalities from the WWF to provide the commentary and let Stone Cold Steve Austin interview the winner. If the winner / wanker pisses off Stone Cold, he stomps a mudhole in his ass and walks it dry. The U.S. gets a real BadAss for a president, lawyers go into hiding until 2004, Jack Valenti is forced to wrestle "The Rock" in a "no holds barred" match. Napster will remain a free service and President Austin use the White House broadband connection to download all the Metallica he wants because he's the president and "thats the bottom line". What a country,
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