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A Surprise for my Campaign Manager

My Campaign Manager does not know this yet, but he is running for U.S. Senate from New Jersey.  I have taken the privilege of taking the role of being his campaign manager.  The one drawback is that he will be paying his what I have been paying him.  My running a penniless campaign has prevented me from paying him.

Why am I doing this?  The answer is simple:  I am going to need help to pass my platform through Congress.  The current bunch of characters in Washington are pro-Cinemafia and are not interested in my energy, crime, or any other plans I have to offer.  It is important  to have people who support my campaign and my positions run for the House and Senate.  This will help me when I win the 2016 Presidential Election.

The reason why I am doing this now is because of the vacancy in the U.S. Senate due to the passing of Senator Frank Lautenberg.  The election to replace him will be on October 16.  Governor Chris Christie has chosen his buddy to be acting Senator until the special election.

I cannot wait to tell him he is running for Senate.  I will set up his campaign website as soon as he approves and decides to run.  Setting everything up now will only mean that he will decide not to run.  That’s the way things always work out.  I hate working in vain and doing all of the work required to start a campaign only to find out he isn’t interested in running for Senate.

I am off to tell him the great news.  Wish me luck!

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June 6, 2013 - Posted by | campaign, commentary, election, humor, Platform, politics, satire | , , ,

1 Comment

  1. “Let there be no doubt I will complete my full second term as mayor of Newark, New Jersey. And as for my political future, I will explore the possibility of running for the United States Senate in 2014,” Booker said in the video.

    Comment by Willard M. Ramos | June 9, 2013


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