Friday, January 28, 2011

Sharron Angle, too?

The other day, I wondered if Michele Bachmann considering a run for President was a sign of the end times. Well, it gets better (or worse, if you really think about it).

Now Sharron Angle, the failed Senate candidate who proposed that we little people just barter chickens for medical care, is visiting Iowa and refusing to rule out a presidential bid, herself:
Tea Party favorite Sharron Angle of Nevada descended upon the movie premiere of a conservative Christian movie in Johnston tonight, and she wouldn’t say that she was running for president.

But she wouldn’t say that she wasn’t.

“I’ll just say I have lots of options for the future, and I’m investigating all my options,” Angle said before a couple hundred people sat down to watch the premiere of “The Genesis Code,” a $5 million film that aims to present a controversial view on religious freedom and on the balancing act between faith and science.

Indecision Forever puts it well:
I'm not getting my hopes up. I realize that the odds of her actually deciding to run are slim, but man! Can you even imagine?

Sarah Palin, Newt Gingrich, Jim DeMint, Michele Bachmann, Rick Santorum… and Sharron Angle! All up there on the dais together, trying to pretend that they have coherent points to make about job growth while struggling to figure out a way to sneak in a coded message to their base about Obama being a Muslim.

How can we make this happen? How?! If we have to, we'll pool our money and get a clown van!

This would indeed be fun,... assuming, of course, that none of these clowns would actually win the election. (Gawd, that's a scary thought, isn't it?)

The only thing better would be for Haley "Boss Hogg" Barbour and Christine "I Am Not a Witch" O'Donnell to join them. Oh, well, we can dream, can't we?

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