In today’s Politickle Video, Presidential candidate John Smith recaps his positions on all the issues.
This is the final installment of our 10-part series on “consensus candidate” John Smith, featuring highlights from the previous episodes. Be sure to share this special compilation video with all your friends and enemies. And stay tuned for our next program, “Dr. Bob Explains Everything,” premiering soon!
This is what the 2008 presidential election is all about: the preservation of our unique freedoms. (Public service ad by Duplantier Creative, 2001)
In today’s Politickle Video, Presidential candidate John Smith explains how consensus works:
“In a democracy like the United States, government is based on majority rule. But what if you’re in the minority? That’s a real bummer. . . .”
Green with ennui
Halloween 2007. Found out at the last minute that my daughter was having a costume party and had to improvise quickly with this Munsteresque disguise. Her friends just thought I was ill.
Protect the Constitution
This is what the 2008 presidential election is all about: our unalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. (Public service ad by Duplantier Creative, 2001)
Halloween at 31A Hunt St., Brockton, Mass.
This is our first house, in Brockton, Massachusetts. We lived there 1986-89. There were two families of Cape Verdeans next door who always invited us to their parties and shared their wonderful food with us. My favorite was something they called pastel, a scrumptious fried fish pie that contributed mightily to the destruction of my theretofore trim physique! One Halloween, we cut a jack-o-lantern face in an old window shade and hung it in our upstairs bedroom. We had a long driveway, but you could see it all the way from the street, and all the kids in the neighborhood loved it.
In today’s Politickle Video, Presidential candidate John Smith discusses his qualifications for the presidency:
“My opponent has suggested that I am somehow unqualified to be president — that I lack experience. . . .”
“Judgment Day is on its way. For many, this coming election may very well be judgment day, for this election will measure us.” — Bishop Robert Hermann, St. Louis
“Recently, a politician made a promise. Politicians usually do. If this politician fulfills his promise, not only will many of our freedoms as Americans be taken from us, but the innocent and vulnerable will spill their blood.” — Bishop Arthur Serratelli, Paterson, New Jersey
“With the economic crisis darkening the political horizon, the past month has left little room for other issues to penetrate the minds of Americans as we prepare to vote in the upcoming election.” — Archbishop José Gomez, San Antonio
In today’s Politickle Video, Presidential candidate John Smith explains his plan for a fair tax system:
“Some people have to pay more taxes than you do, but that’s okay. On the other hand, some people pay less — and that’s not fair! . . .”