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Beer Me!



And we all laughed at President Nixon using "ping pong" diplomacy to open the doors to China.  Now President Barak Obama is using "beer" diplomacy to solve the racial tensions in America. ---

Why didn't Martin Luther King think of this back in the 60's?  Just have George Wallace and MLK over to the White House for a couple of brewski's and all would be well between the races.  No more profiling, bussing, voting rights act, seperate but equal.  All that could have been solved if we just had a few more beers.

Rodney King's, "Can't we all get along?" would have become, "Can't we all have a beer?".

This could even have worked to stop the brewhaha on the Main Street Plaza.  Just have gay's sit down with the leadership of the LDS Church for a few cold one's and all would be well.

I'll drink to that!