ALICE COOPER Says PRESIDENT BUSH Is The Better Man — Where Spicy Food Is Concerned

Launch Radio Networks is reporting that ALICE COOPER thinks one presidential candidate is better qualified than the other this year — but he's not talking about their politics. Cooper serves spicy foods at his Alice Cooper's Town locations in Phoenix and Cleveland, and he told Launch that George W. Bush can probably handle the spicy dishes better that John Kerry. "Now, you know George Bush is gonna take the heat," he said. "He's from Texas — this guy eats raw chilies, and probably likes them. He eats habaneros, which is the hottest chili. John Kerry — I keep seeing him going, 'No no no! Oooooh — that's way too hot for me! No no! Give me some of that smoked salmon, and some of that New England clam chowder. The creamy kind — not the hot kind.' I've got a feeling John Kerry's got a very delicate stomach."

As for the election, Cooper isn't publicly endorsing anyone. He thinks politics is the enemy of rock-and-roll, and he doesn't understand why so many of his fellow musicians have involved themselves in the process — regardless of who they support.


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