It might seem with my lack of posts lately that I have given up on running for President. The fact is that I have been distracted by some very important matters (taking care of my parents, trying to generate more work for myself, Shark Week, etc.). I have also done some campaigning, but they were small in nature and were more “preaching to the choir” to get the base energized than to speaking to new people.
I am putting my personal business aside between now and November 2016 so I can give it my all and get elected. It’s hard to get excited about America’s future when people like Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are given serious consideration as candidates.
My platform remains the same, especially the part that states that I will not be accepting any money for my campaign. The only way to take money out of politics is to never put money into politics.
Look for me this weekend at the Delaware State fair. I will not have a booth at the fair, but I will be walking around the fairgrounds looking for people who want to strike up a conversation.
If you have any questions that you would like to ask me, feel free to ask in the comments section. I had requested e-mailing the questions in the past, but critics of the campaign claimed that I ignored the tough questions. I do not ignore tough questions. I put them aside to answer at a later time.
As we get closer to Election Day, candidates will start popping out of nowhere and announce their intentions of running for President. I first announced on November 5, 2008. This gave me more time to run a campaign without money. I am no longer running unopposed. A candidate announced his intentions for running for President.
Until now, he has been best known as the “Naked Cowboy.” But now Robert John Bruck has thrown his ten-gallon hat into the ring and announced that he is running against Ahmnodt Heare and wants to be President.
I have issues with Mr. Bruck running for President. First of all, he’s a cowboy in New York City. I have been in New York City several times. I was in Queens on Sunday watching my Washington Nationals beat the New York Mets 2-1 in 14 innings on the last game of the regular season. There are no cattle to round up in New York City. None. The few horses in New York City are either ridden by police or used to gather up tourists around Central Park.
Then there’s the “Naked” issue. Not only is Bruck wearing a hat and boots, but he is wearing his “tightie whiteies.” And his guitar covers his private parts. I am glad he is not really naked, but he is wearing clothing and thus he is misleading people by calling himself a “naked cowboy” wearing clothes in an area with no cattle.
I wish Mr. Bruck the best of luck. He should know that I will be campaigning hard and I will not be an easy opponent.