Advice for Clinton (G)
Clinton, distraught and contemplating his latest scandal was walking through Washington looking for any kind of guidance.
He walks up to the Washington Monument, looks up and says, 'George, you were always wise, what should I do?'
Low and behold, a voice comes down from above and says, 'ABOLISH THE I.R.S. AND START OVER.' Clinton, amazed that he is talking to the past President thinks he'll try it again.
He walks over to the Jefferson Memorial and utters the same request. 'Thomas, you never had these kind of problems, what can I do to rally people behind me?'
Again a voice from above answers, 'WELFARE, ITS NOT WORKING, ABOLISH IT, START OVER.'
After hearing this Clinton is so excited he is planning to go to all the historic sites for guidance. Next he goes to the Lincoln Memorial. 'Abe, I need your help, people are losing confidence in me and they no longer trust me what should I do?'
After a substantial pause Abe responds, 'TAKE THE DAY OFF GO TO THE THEATER.'
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