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Role Models For Mean Superficiality

Reported by Deborah - August 3, 2005

The Foxatots were full of admiration for their President's incredible fitness level this morning on F&F claiming that he should be used as a role model for kids. Then Brian Kilmeade started to get really nasty making fun of Ted Kennedy and soon all the foxatots had a good laugh.8/3/05

It seems that Republicans are not happy about the press release from the DNC questioning the cuts to physical education from a President so fitness oriented

Brian Kilmeade perhaps in retaliation repeated a suggestion that Ted Kennedy without a shirt should be used to motivate kids to stay fit.
Kilmeade quipped that when he saw a picture of Kennedy without a shirt "I lost consciousness." Then they went on to Bill Clinton and his old preference for MacDonalds making fun of how he looked in his running shorts.

comment:I'd choose Ted Kennedy as a role model for my kids with or without his shirt.

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