Senator Kerry and President Bush both look like they have their weight under control. That can't be said for the rest of us.
I have a suggestion: the two candidates should join together bi-partisan program could be started that would feature Americans working out and comparing their daily food consumption and exercise regime with either or both of the candidates in terms of calories eaten and physical activities. Kerry's part of it could be called Krunch with Kerry and Bush's Run with the President. The appropriate daily data for each candidate could be posted on the White House website. At campaign stops, people could do krunches for Kerry or run with the President in order to remind people about exercising or watching what they eat. Perhaps some kind of contest could be made out of it and the national winners could get to eat lo-cal dinner with their choice of candidates.
Just a thought while I sit here and finish off my bowl of butter brickle ice cream.