Alice Cooper Updates 'Elected', Launches Political Campaign (?)


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Despite being out ont he road with the Hollywood Vampires, Alice Cooper has somehow found time to throw himself into the political sphere.
Earlier this week, the iconic musician launched VoteAliceCooper.com, where he’s apparently urging fans to vote for him for President of the United States or Prime Minister, for those over in England. It’s all quite fun, especially this 10-point memo outlining his campaign goals:
1. Getting Brian Johnson back in AC/DC
2. A snake in every pot
3. No more pencils, no more books
4. Adding Lemmy to Mt Rushmore
5. Rename Big Ben “Big Lemmy”
6. Groucho Marx on the $50 bill
7. Peter Sellers on the £20 note
8. Cupholders required for every airplane seat
9. Ban on talking during movies in movie theatres
10. Ban on taking selfies, except on a designated National Selfie Day
In addition to all this activity, Cooper also released a new version of the song Elected, which originally appeared on the 1972 album Billion Dollar Babies. Take a listen:

The press release also outlined Cooper’s official stance as follows:
“Alice Cooper is tired of the rhetoric, the mudslinging, the media frenzy. Keeping his snake in his cage and the guillotine in storage, he is putting people before career. Alice Cooper wants to be elected.”
For more, visit VoteAliceCooper.com.

Comments

  • Mark Pikus says:

    Alice is a Conservative right winger. I would never vote for him.

  • Anybody got a better idea?



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