Watertown has twice been voted as having the best water in Wisconsin. That’s why First Lady Michelle Obama is speaking there later today, as she launches a campaign “calling on every city to be a water town.”
That is, yes, a play on words. It is s not a dystopian Kevin Costner Waterworld scenario; Mrs. Obama just wants every town in the U.S. to drink more water. The campaign is known as “Drink up!” and it encourages people to drink “even just one more glass a day.”
Obama’s appearance today is just part of the campaign’s “bi-lingual day of water messages on a dozen TV shows … which will involve hosts drinking water and encouraging viewers to drink water.” The shows include Today, Good Morning America, The View, Live With Kelly and Michael, Late Night, The Tonight Show, The Late Show, The Doctors, and Rachel Ray. All will feature “Drink up!” messages.
Why? That is the question.
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