* Watching the Presidential Race on television, thinking this is more stressful than when Ruben Studdard was squaring off with ClayAiken.
* Honestly how can America be expected to come to the right decision if they voted for Ruben Studdard instead of Clay Aiken, I mean really
* The first time I ever voted, I voted for Clay Aiken. That’s one vote I know I’ll never regret
* Is it too late to put Clay Aiken on the ballot..?
* #ClayAiken for prez.
There are hundreds of these kinds of tweets. Clay was busy on twitter too. He posted:
Congratulations to all of the USA ! We had another fair election. How lucky we are to be able to vote and decide on our leaders!
On Tuesday, The National Inclusion Project posted a wonderful re-cap of the 2012 Champions Gala. It is so much fun to read the re-cap and live the events again. My favorite paragraph in the article is:
The live auction was a great success. Two dinners with Clay went for $22,000 each and a special experience with Clay at Arsenio’s new upcoming talk show went for another $17,000. The highlight however was the “Send a Kid to Camp” Auction. To send a single kid to camp costs $250. Starting with 20 and going down to 1; those in the Theater generously raised their bid number to send their chosen number of kids to camp. Overall, the auction raised over $140,000 to make sure no child sits on the sidelines!
Be sure and visit the National Inclusion Project website. The re-cap is a must-read! INCLUSION
I thought I would take a moment and post some presidential pictures of Clay.
Clay is a distinguished man!!
Now…anyone have any cures for the flu? The Musicfan family is all fighting it!