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February 09, 2001

Walk the Walk: "Recent medical research says that rather than traditional treatments, cancer patients can improve their chance of recovery by walking an hour three to four times a week. . . . Doesn't this sound suspiciously like the Republican health-care plan? 'Got cancer? Walk it off!' " (Jay Leno)

Cleaning House: "Everybody's up Clinton's nose about [taking] the White House furniture. . . . You know, who would have thought that after all these years of having the country, the presidency and the White House, a guy would think, 'Well, you know . . . I'll just take the furniture with me?' " (David Letterman)

Political Agenda: "Premiere magazine . . . accuses Arnold Schwarzenegger of cheating on his wife and acting boorishly toward women. . . . His dreams of running for governor of California are over. He's going straight to the White House." (Argus Hamilton)

Big Bucks: "President Bush recently outlined details of his $1.6-trillion tax-cut plan--$1.6 trillion. . . . That is enough money to pay the rent on Clinton's [new] office for three months." (Leno)

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