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    Governor Sandler anyone?
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    In PA we could have the Will Smith and Christina Aquilera ticket. They could really unit our state. One's form Philly and the other is from Pittsburgh so they could bridge the east/west gap. Ones black the others white/fake latino, so there could be racial harmany. Will would bring out the votes of the often forgoten young and/or urban, and Christina would certainly clinch the vote of PA's clown looking - skank whore population.


    My home state of South Carolina could put together a ticket of sappy author Pat Conroy and supper hottie actress Andy McDowell. And after spending 20 years turning letters Vanna White would make a great Secretary of Education.
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    The great State of Mississippi would progress at the speed of light if Sela Ward was in charge...



    BTW, doesn't she look like Ashley Judd with a few more years on her?

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    Aren't there any qualified celebrity cheeseheads who could lead Wisconsin?

    Or is the state just lacking in celebrity and charisma?

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    Britney Spears fo Gub-Nah of Lou-wee-zee-anah!
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    Actually all of our good Wisconsin celebs are dead. I would have liked to see Senator Chris Farley and President Liberace.

    We have a lot of second rate celebs like Kato Kaelin, Willem Dafoe, Tony Shalhoub (Wings, Monk),


    We do have Kristen Johnson (3rd Rock). She can hold whatever office she wants.



    Same goes for Heather Grahm

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    Originally posted by Planderella
    Britney Spears fo Gub-Nah of Lou-wee-zee-anah!
    Why not. We've already had a criminal (remember "vote for crook, it's important" --Edwin W. Edwards vs. David Duke in the runoff) and a lunatic.We could use a complement to Jimmie "You are my Sunshine" Davis.
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    Originally posted by pete-rock
    Aren't there any qualified celebrity cheeseheads who could lead Wisconsin?

    Or is the state just lacking in celebrity and charisma?
    I'm in the 2000 Clube. Does that make me famous enough? I'd give it a shot.

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    Originally posted by pete-rock
    Aren't there any qualified celebrity cheeseheads who could lead Wisconsin?

    Or is the state just lacking in celebrity and charisma?
    If we could use fictional celebrities, Arthur Fonzarelli might receive a winning vote.

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    As a native Oklahoman, I shudder every time I think how popular Barry Switzer is in the state. Don't say it; it may actually happen. J.C. Watts, Steve Largent are proof positive of this.

    President - nice guy Vince Gill
    Vice-President - enforcer Brian (Dick Cheney) Bosworth
    Communications Director - ubermarketer Garth Brooks
    Secretary of State - always gracious Reba McEntire
    NEA head - multitalented Kristen Chenoweth
    Surgeon General - neurotic Megan Mullaly
    Press Secretaries - mesmerizing Flaming Lips

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    I think that Nancy Culp/Miss Jane Hathaway ran for an office in eastern PA. She's dead now, isn't she?

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    Ashley Judd - Kentucky

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    Originally posted by Michael Stumpf
    I'm in the 2000 Clube. Does that make me famous enough? I'd give it a shot.
    I'm sure all the Cyburbians will vote for you. Unfortunately, I am in the wrong state for that. Hey, good luck!

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    FLA….where to begin????

    Maybe Bobby Bowden

    *He seriously could probably do a good job. I mean he does not really “coach” he puts together the great coaching staff. He could do the same in gov, put together the staff.

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    scratch my vote for Ashley Judd...I have one BETTER!!!! how 'bout Billy Ray Cyrus of Flatwoods, KY...yee-ha!!!!!

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