Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Presidential Candidate Wants To Turn White House Into Homeless Shelter

CLEVELAND (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A presidential candidate from Cleveland who calls himself an “Average Joe” hopes the third time’s a charm as he gears up for the 2008 presidential race.

“Average” Joe Schriner is a handyman who is currently on his third campaign for the nation’s highest office.

If elected, he only plans on devoting five hours a day to world business, unless there’s a “real crisis” at hand.

Instead, Schriner will focus on turning the White House into a solar-powered homeless shelter.

Says Schriner: “The White House is too big for a family of five right now and there are lots of homeless people who are outside of the White House who could benefit.”

Schriner also promises to travel around the country in a motorhome instead of Air Force One “unless absolutely necessary.”

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