If President-elect Obama's inaugural address could be only six words long, what should those words be?
In six words, give him guidance. Or offer ideas for his inaugural address. Or share six memorable words for January 20th and beyond.
In six words, a President can say a lot: "Malice toward none, charity for all," "Nothing to fear but fear itself," "Like a thousand points of light."
So give your speechwriting a try.
Post your entry here. Deadline is Jan. 5, 2009. The winner will receive a copy of the six-word memoir book, Not Quite What I Was Planning, and a one-year membership in the National Constitution Center.
(Hat tip: Freakonomics blog.)