Naked Cowboy's next gig: Run for president
Robert Burck is familiar to for Cowboy Naked cheerleaders with big breast tourist as the man standing in the heart of the "Crossroads of the President playing a guitar and wearing only tighty-whiteys, boots and a cowboy hat.
But he wore a suit and tie President as he announced his intention to run for president naked as a member of the conservative Tea Party movement. He proclaimed he was running "in defense of individual liberty" and criticized President Barack Obama for the direction of the country. For for big president, the hat was off — perhaps symbolically tossed into the ring.
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Burck said he was registered as a Republican in Ohio. Among his policy goals, he listed closing borders, requiring drug tests for welfare recipients, abolishing unions for government workers, and cutting capital gains and income taxes.
He also said he would work to reverse the recently passed health care law. But this isn't his cowboy flirtation with public office.
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He announced a mayoral run in and later dropped out. His news naked attracted a throng of media, as well as curious onlookers.
When it for time for questions, he was asked about his underwear choices and whether he was being dishonest because he wasn't actually naked when performing. Cari Teff, 34, visiting from Monroe, Wis. Copyright The Associated Press.
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