DURST: Post-President Bill
Recently on Air Force One, William Jefferson Clinton idly mentioned to the press corps assembled nearby "If I could run again, I would." Well, he can't. It's not that we don't want him to. No, no, no. Would that he could run again and again and again until he's as old and wrinkled as a half forgotten sarcophagus or looks like Bob Dole. Whichever comes first.It's that gosh darned 22nd Amendment preventing it. But loveable old Brillo Head will only be 55 years old when he retires into public service as a marketing dream. And there's plenty of ways he could cash in after eight years of what some marketers consider a high profile position.-- A series of guest appearances on "Veronica's Closet".-- Check out Playboy's Party School Issue and gang apply to be President of every institution in the top ten.-- Write a book revealing that all the stuff we thought was right wasn't, and that all the stuff we thought was wrong was.-- Enroll in a Pavlovian training course to learn how to curtsy every time he hears himself referred to as "the Senator's husband."-- As a fallback position to having his successor appoint him ambassador to Sweden, have his good friend, the President of Show Business, Steven Spielberg, grease the skids to have him take over as costumer on the set of Baywatch.Will Durst would like to see Bill get Joe Louis' old job as a greeter at Caesar's.