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Crosby And Nash Are Running For Joint Presidency Of The U.S.

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — In July, David Crosby and Graham Nash declared to the world they were taking matters in to their own hands and running for Joint Presidency of the United States of America. Running on the Party Party ticket, Crosby and Nash have been barnstorming their way across America, spreading the word on their most unusual campaign: they will govern the Nation on alternate days as the commander in chief. A flip of a coin will determine who starts the week each Monday.

The candidacy has already run afoul with some networks such as TNT and Viacom, who have refused to air the Crosby Nash campaign commercial, even though both have approved the announcement. Calling the ad “too political,” the American public never got a fair chance to see the charisma, charm and political-know-how Crosby and Nash will bring to the White House. The duo’s campaign promises include free money, a night in the Lincoln Bedroom for a price and special attention to electronic voting machines.

The only candidates that are also Rock N’ Roll Hall of Famers, Crosby and Nash are taking time out of a packed summer schedule to pursue their Joint Presidency. Currently, they are touring coast-to-coast with Crosby, Stills & Nash and have recently released their fourth studio album as a duo, the self titled Crosby-Nash, recorded in L.A. in early 2004.

Crosby and Nash are serious about their Joint Presidency and their Party Party affiliation. From inviting strangers on to their tour bus to discuss their policies to kissing babies to pressing the proverbial flesh to visiting every donut shoppe they can find, Graham Nash and David Crosby is the slice of Americana the United States need right now.

For more information on the Crosby Nash Political campaign or to view the nearly banned political Ad, log on to –Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen