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WASHINGTON (CAP) - Former President Bill Clinton says that he's tired of the partisan rhetoric that has dominated the race for the White House, and that he's dedicated to doing his part to bring the candidates together to focus less on party lines and more on what's best for the nation.
As such, Clinton has offered to chair a landmark meeting between party leaders, to be held this weekend at his vacation home in Tahoe. The major stipulation of summit attendance? All attendees will spend the entire weekend completely naked.
"This summit will be a great chance for these party leaders to set aside their differences and just see each other as people," said Clinton. "You'd be surprised at how much you can learn from someone in a conversation when you are both buck neked."
When asked who would represent each of the parties, Clinton told CAP News that John McCain was likely "too busy, what with the campaign and all" and said it would probably fall to running mate Sarah Palin to attend on behalf of the Republican party. For the Democrats, Clinton also expressed concern over Barack Obama's busy schedule and said running mate Joe Biden wouldn't be a good option, either.
"Let's just say that I've seen him in the Congressional locker room, and he's not exactly flying with Air Force One, if you know what I mean," Clinton noted.
As such, Clinton said he would take it upon himself to represent the Democratic party. "Yes, Gov. Palin and I, nude together for the weekend at my Tahoe house - with the hot tub and all, I believe we could accomplish quite a lot. Quite a lot."
Historians say they don't believe a nude summit is completely without precedent in presidential politics, pointing to Franklin Pierce's demands that everyone entering the Oval Office during his presidency first remove their pants.
"And Chester A. Arthur renamed the entire West Wing Nudee Gazoo Town," said Georgetown law professor Miles Young. "There's just something about that office that makes people want to take it all off!"
Advisors in the Palin camp say that while their candidate is flattered by the invitation, she's pretty sure that she's probably not going to go. At least not for the whole weekend, anyway.
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