Lawyers for Oprah Winfrey have ordered Kansas City businessman Patrick Crowe to cease his grassroots movement to land the talk queen in the Oval Office, the New York Post reports. Claiming that the campaign is causing "damage and irreparable injury" to Oprah's businesses, the lawyers want Crowe to hang up a toll-free number that ends in "OPRAH," and pull his book, Oprah for President: Run, Oprah, Run. "I'm genuinely puzzled," Crowe says in his defense. "How could [it] possibly cause damage and irreparable injury?" Maybe the Run, Oprah, Run title simply made her winded.
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