I am not where I want to be with my campaign. While some things have improved, there is a glaring omission in 2012 that was a big part of my 2008 campaign. I am of course talking about the celebrity endorsements. It has been a long time since a celebrity has stepped up and endorsed me.
It all started with Tom DeLay. He was extremely dissatisfied with the field of candidates the Republicans had in 2008. He jumped ranks and became the first famous person to endorse me.Before you know it, he was sent to prison for “ethics violations”, but I suspect foul play. Tom DeLay is a nice man.
Another famous person connected to politics was Levi Johnston. He almost became Sarah Palin’s son-in-law. The problem was that Johnston was no fan of John McCain even with Palin on the ticket. He let the Palins know who he endorsed on the Palins’ Wasilla lawn:
Another famous person who was cursed by endorsing me was former Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski. He was another person who found himself in a federal prison soon after he endorsed me.
The fate of these people is minimal compared to what happened to the next person to endorse me. Apple Computer Company founder Steve Jobs suddenly came down with pancreatic cancer a few months after endorsing me. I am not normally a conspiracy theorist, but a billionaire who could have gotten the best health care ever with his money ended up dying anyway.
There has been a large outcry from people who want to contribute to my campaign despite my “penniless campaign” pledge. I had resisted for the longest time, but I do not want to disappoint all those people who want to contribute. I will have a one-time money bomb on the 31st of this month. This will be the ONLY time I will accept contributions. The money raised from the campaign will be used for things like ad time, yard signs, and tattoos. There will be more information in the days to come.
Don’t forget “Orgies for Abstinence V” on Friday!
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