Little Anthony Weiner and most of you liberals on here should attend.... icon_lol.gif

TUCSON, Arizona (AP) — Two former presidents — one Republican, the other a Democrat — will chair a new national institute to promote civility in political discourse in the city where Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was severely wounded in a shooting rampage that left six dead, officials announced Monday.

The National Institute for Civil Discourse will be run by the University of Arizona. Former presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton will serve as its honorary co-chairmen.

"Our country needs a setting for political debate that is both frank and civil, and the National Institute for Civil Discourse can make a significant contribution toward reaching this goal," Bush said in a prepared statement.

Clinton said the institute "can elevate the tone of dialogue in our country, and in so doing, help us to keep moving toward 'a more perfect union.'"