A high school chess geek, a reluctant white supremacist, a narcoleptic assassin, and a President with a twitter account.
What could possibly go wrong?
TWEET a satire by David Kedson
Eight months after his inauguration, President Edward N. Passant is consumed with two things: securing himself a third term and fighting a twitter war with a high school sophomore who unintentionally insulted him.
Bullying friends and foes alike, staging reality TV in the Roosevelt Room, and ignoring his staffís advice at every turn, the Presidentís antics lead him through a series of unfortunate constitutional events until he finds himself re-running for President in a special election. His opponent: his 15-year-old nemesis, leaving the public to decide which adolescent will be the next leader of the free world.
"More realistic than the statements coming out of the White House these days."
-- Anonymous Administration Source
-- Source close to the White House (just a block or so away)
About the Author
David Kedson graduated from Duke University and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, after which he bounced around the usual hodgepodge of dead-end occupations ó litigation attorney, entrepreneur, CEO, computer programmer, independent stock trader, and stay-at-home dad (which was by far the most challenging and most rewarding). These days, when he isnít spending time as a committee person for the local Democratic Committee, he sits around and makes things up. In his spare time, he cracks jokes.
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