I Smell a Conspiracy
I was looking at all of the mishaps that happened to my 2008 campaign and dismissed them as a bad stretch of luck at a bad time. I was on the verge of winning the election before my old computer crashed, my dog kept getting sick during the debates (smart dag), and having to move from North Carolina to New Jersey after a series of mishaps.
Now to 2012: The computer I got to replace my old computer crashed. The dog I had passed away, but the dog I have now has to do his business during debates. As far as I know I am not moving, but I might have to spend some time away from home as repairs are done to the pipes underneath my cement floor. I think the CineMafia is responsible for this now as well as in 2008. Nobody has more to lose if I become President then they do. Even Canada wouldn’t spend that much time and resources to make sure I don’t win. (Although the NHL is currently in lockout mode, unfortunately Gary Bettman is an American).
I have announced recently that I currently do not plan on running for President in 2016. If there is an overwhelming call from the public then I will change my mind and run. I will have to keep the following things in mind:
- If my dog passes between now and October 2016, then I will not get a new dog until after the 2016 election.
- Buy a new computer before October 2016 and keep it away until the computer I am getting later this week breaks down.
- Find a place to live that can survive the tough October weather in New Jersey.
- Find a campaign manager who isn’t an anarchist and is only managing the campaign “for kicks.”
On the “Good News – Bad News” Front – I did my first “Three cities in three states in three hours” campaign bit today, I walked from Matamoras, PA to Port Jervis, NY, to Montague, NJ and campaigned in each of those cities. The only problems were that it rained the entire time and that I had to walk back to Matamoras to pick up my car.
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