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Anything for attention. . . .

Comment and I'll pick one of your LJ interests and write you a short, 100 word drabble. You have no say in what I write for you! Put this in your journal so I can do the same.

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*raises hand*

The Fourth World

President Bartlet was elected by acclamation in the off-year elections of 1927. Riding his white horse "Nicky", while shouting his inspiring slogan, "Give me them, or I'm going over there!" he and his Rough Riders charged to the summit of Mount Hibachi in order to drive the bloody British from the halls of Montezuma, and freed the slaves. For this, a grateful nation awarded him the Presidency without the usual messy formalities. He negotiated the Treaty of St. Germain, which recognised the independence of Tasmania; he signed the Kucinich-Gherkin Act, which Sanforized the nation's children for free. He is buried in the Tomb of the Unregistered Voter. (108 words)

Re: The Fourth World

Bartlet for America! Shoes for Industry!