Step aside Obama. Take a hike McCain.
This may seem unbelievable but somehow I’ve managed to gain a groundswell of support to run for president. Some readers may remember my quixotic bid for the U.S. Senate back in ’00 against Hillary Clinton and the now forgotten Rick Lazio…I received about 15 write-in votes. I was buried in a landslide. Even my own mother didn’t vote for me. The only remnants of that ill-fated campaign is a bunch of leftover Phil Reisman For Senate bumper stickers and a few buttons.
But this is president thing is big because this time there’s a legion of people behind me, thanks to the powers of the Internet.
My run for the White House started as a kind of joke in some cyber-space chatrooms…and I admit I found it kind of funny at first. What I didn’t realize, however, was just how disaffected American voters are. Before I knew what was happening, the pundits and influential power brokers began to take me seriously. I started getting some press. My name is being plastered on billboards and on the sides of buses.
A political marketing team even produced a campaign commercial for me. Click on it and see for yourself.