2012 in Review – March
One would assume since most of the month was spent between vacation and illness, that this would be a non-productive month with no major accomplishments. I managed to get a lot done in the few days I got to do stuff.
I became the first (and only) candidate in 2012 to devise a plan to prevent natural disasters. Others have taken on the fight against the Cinemafia. Then there was this cute little piece on why I would be a better candidate than any corporate cartoon character. The high prices at supermarkets seemed to have affected me more than other candidates.
I somehow managed to run my business while I was hospitalized. Further complications arose when my parents decided to get a separation and both planned a surprise visit to my place on the same day. I lost the one delegate I had won for the Republican National Convention due to
Republicans cheating a technicality.
March was a few moral victories sandwiching a physical defeat. It sounds nice, but moral victories would not catapult me to the White House.
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