Creative Presidential Choices — Creative Humor Writing Contest Results

Here are the results for our May humor contest:  Creative Presidential Choices

**FIRST PLACE**

If Tweety Bird ran for President, speeches would have fewer mispronounced words.
     Nancy Lininger, Camarillo, CA

**SECOND PLACE**

If The Mormon Tabernacle Choir ran for President, there’d be lots more Harmony in Washington, D.C.
     Sol Morrison, Santa Barbara, CA

**THIRD PLACE**

If Bin Laden ran for President, we’d at least know where he is.  
     Tena Beth Thompson, Las Vegas, NV

HONORABLE MENTION (in random order)

If my Mom ran for President, most of the Senators would get their bums smacked. 

If the oil companies ran for President, they could openly and officially rule the world. 
 
If all the Gods ran for President they could speak for themselves.

The USMC ran for President, we’d by governed by A Few Good Men.

If the USMC ran for President, SOS would be the country’s official breakfast.

If Schwarzenegger ran for President, a second term is guaranteed.  “I’ll be back.”

If Arnold Schwarzennegger ran for President, he could throw whatever he wanted across the Potomac River.

If an Octopus ran for President, the USA would be way ahead in The Arms Race.

If Martha Stewart ran for President, she would avoid dirty politics and clean up The House with sweeping reforms.

If Pluto ran for President, the International Astronomical Union would be stripped of its power to declassify planets.

If Gas-X ran for President, all the political hot air in Washington would be eliminated.

If Tony Blair ran for President, the British would have a reason to smile.

If my wife ran for President, global disputes would be settled over a large dinner.

If Mr Clean ran for President, we’d clean up the White House.

If Windows Vista ran for President, it would take 4 years to work out the bugs.

If a book ran for President, you couldn’t judge it by its campaign promises

If a toaster ran for President, we’d have crummy politics

If Lay’s Potato Chips ran for President, you couldn’t have just one.

If a deck of cards ran for President, we could play War.

If a balloon ran for President, we’d have more hot air.

If a blanket ran for President, we’d feel more secure.