Anti-Republican satirical skit
by Ron Kurtus (8 Aug 72)
(Two campaign workers are tossing around slogans to use for the upcoming
campaign. They can't really decide on a good slogan for the Nixon
forces to use.)
A: "Let's see now,.. how about 'A chicken in every pot'? That
sounds pretty good."
B: "No - no - no, That's been used before."
A: "What about 'Some pot in every chick'! Ha, ha, ha!"
B: (Gives hard stare) Get serious now. You know the Party's view on
that sort of stuff. Now we've gat to get a good slogan for the President
to use against McGovern in this election."
A: "How about 'Prosperity for the millions'?
B: "No. Too socialistic."
A: "'Prosperity for the millionaires'?"
B: "Too capitalistic... but true."
A: (In desperation) "'Prosperity'?"
B: "Too idealistic."
A: "Well, what then?"
B: "I've got it. I know just the slogan to use."
B: "It's something that'll hit McGovern where it hurts."
A: "What, what?"
B: "It's pretty original and shows just where we stand."
A: "What, what, what??!"
B: "Now listen to this,.. 'Vote Nixon... and find out the secret
plan to end the war... by 1976."