Bubba vs. Dubya: Bill Clinton, George W. Bush to Debate at Radio City

Face-off will cover topics from economy to foreign policy to current administration

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    Sure, it's all fun and games -- until there's a debate .

    We want tickets to this one. Former President George W. Bush and his predecessor Bill Clinton will square off in a meeting of the minds next February at Radio City Music Hall.

    This should be good. The two ex-presidents will appear on the same stage as part of MSG Entertainment's third annual "Minds That Move The World" speakers series. It remains to be seen whether Bush will use some of the material he's likely crafted for his new role as a motivational speaker – and we're not sure if Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will be waiting in the wings, whispering words of diplomacy in her husband's ear.

    What we do know, however, is that the political power players will "debate topics ranging from the economy, to foreign policy, to the current administration," according to a statement put out today by MSG Entertainment.

    The debate will have a moderator, who will be named at a later time. The event will serve to provide a didactic experience and "encourage people to engage in continued dialogue surrounding the most significant events of our day," MSG Entertainment Chief Operating Officer Melissa Miller told the Daily News.

    The showdown is slated for Feb. 25, 2010, at 8 p.m. Tickets go on sale Nov. 16 via Ticketmaster.

    You can also check here for prices, which will range from a low of $60 to a whopping $1,250 for those who want to attend a cocktail reception with the former presidents before the debate and get their pictures taken.