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Reds Nd2
09-09-2005, 11:16 PM
Bill Clinton started jogging near his new home in Chappaqua. But on each run, he happened to jog past a hooker standing on the same street corner, day after day. With some apprehension he would brace himself as he approached her for what was most certainly to follow.

"Fifty dollars!" she would shout from the curb.

"No. Five dollars!" fired back Clinton.

This ritual between Bill and the hooker continued for days. He'd run by and she'd yell, "Fifty dollars!"

And he'd yell back, "Five dollars!"

One day however, Hillary decided that she wanted to accompany her husband on his jog. As the jogging couple neared the problematic street corner, Bill realized the "pro" would bark her $50 offer and Hillary would wonder what he'd really been doing on all his past outings. He realized he should have a darn good explanation for the junior Senator.

As they jogged into the turn that would take them past the corner, Bill became even more apprehensive than usual. Sure enough, there was the hooker.

Bill tried to avoid the prostitute's eyes as she watched the pair jog past.

Then, from the sidewalk, the hooker yelled, "See what you get for five bucks?"

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RBA
09-09-2005, 11:25 PM
George Bush started jogging near his new home in Crawford. But on each run, he happened to jog past a hooker standing on the same street corner, day after day. With some apprehension he would brace himself as he approached him for what was most certainly to follow.

"Fifty dollars!" he would shout from the curb.

"No. Five dollars!" fired back Bush.

This ritual between George and the hooker continued for days. He'd run by and he'd yell, "Fifty dollars!"

And he'd yell back, "Five dollars!"

One day however, Laura decided that she wanted to accompany her husband on his jog. As the jogging couple neared the problematic street corner, George realized the "pro" would bark his $50 offer and George would wonder what he'd really been doing on all his past outings. He realized he should have a darn good explanation for the First Lady.

As they jogged into the turn that would take them past the corner, George became even more apprehensive than usual. Sure enough, there was the hooker.

George tried to avoid the prostitute's eyes as he watched the pair jog past.

Then, from the sidewalk, the hooker yelled, "See what you get for five bucks?"

George Foster
09-10-2005, 12:29 AM
George Bush started jogging near his new home in Crawford. But on each run, he happened to jog past a hooker standing on the same street corner, day after day. With some apprehension he would brace himself as he approached him for what was most certainly to follow.

"Fifty dollars!" he would shout from the curb.

"No. Five dollars!" fired back Bush.

This ritual between George and the hooker continued for days. He'd run by and he'd yell, "Fifty dollars!"

And he'd yell back, "Five dollars!"

One day however, Laura decided that she wanted to accompany her husband on his jog. As the jogging couple neared the problematic street corner, George realized the "pro" would bark his $50 offer and George would wonder what he'd really been doing on all his past outings. He realized he should have a darn good explanation for the First Lady.

As they jogged into the turn that would take them past the corner, George became even more apprehensive than usual. Sure enough, there was the hooker.

George tried to avoid the prostitute's eyes as he watched the pair jog past.

Then, from the sidewalk, the hooker yelled, "See what you get for five bucks?"

I think most of America would agree that Laura has just a little more class than Hil. Has anybody seen President Clinton latley? boy he does not look healthy. he looks better with a little more weight. I hope he's not hiding an illness, although it's none of our business if he is.

RBA
09-10-2005, 12:32 AM
Nevermind this topic is not even worth a response.