1992: Politics

26 September 1992

- The Chocolate Song

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 2005 (Art)

 2003 (California)

 2001 (The Power)

 1999 (Millennium)

 1998 (Books)

 1996 (Olympics)

 1995 (Movies)

 1994 (Tabloid News)

 1992 (Politics)

 1991 (Operation Dessert Storm)

 1990 (FIRST CHOCOLATE PARTY)

NEWS BULLETIN FROM CNN!

(Chocolate News Network)

Here's the latest from the choco-political scene, Nina Torte-enberg and Cookie Roberts reporting:

With time growing short, the candy-dates are stepping up their efforts. A souffle of 1000 registered voters puts Bill CLindt-on on top. But, George Hershey Walker Bush still has a few tricks up his sleeve. Will he bombe Saddam Mousse-in, resort to Jim Baker's Chocolate, or last, if not least, tell America to ...

FEED MY LIPS!

(a.k.a. God-iva bless America)

(a.k.a The Chocolate Anything Tasting III)

 

Yes, folks, don't settle for sound bites, settle for real bites. Come to the chocolate election '92 - featuring:

-Mississippi Mud-Slinging Pie

-Murphy Brownies

-Balanced Fudge-t

-Torte Reform

-MacNeil Chocolate Lehrer Cake

-Jane Fondue

Hear Dan Quayle rant against the cultural elite and chocolate decadence.

Witness the debate between Hershey-sohn and Box-er Chocolates.

Listen to Fudge Thomas reflect on his rocky road to supreme court confirmation: "No, it was Ding Dong Silver..."