The flurry of suggested campaign slogans for my fake run for Governoronce again proves that this nation can pull together in a common purpose.
Yesterday, Republican candidate Steve Poizner tried to convince me (not really) to run as Lt. Governor—a sort of running mate. Who wants to be Lt. Governor? I want the whole enchilada. Only with the power of the Governor’s office can I champion the real issues of California, like too many people wearing Ed Hardy shirts.
What party should I seek a nomination from?
We don’t want a real party.
We want a partying party.
One friend suggested that while other places have started “tea parties”, I should start The Teavage Party.
“Teavage” is a word I invented on Twitter a while back to describe a hint of teasing cleavage. I think it’s the perfect party for California, where everything, even cleavage, needs to throttle back.
As for my campaign proposal to tax human muffin tops to generate immediate revenues and encourage people to “cover up or pay up”, our own Melissa Francissays this is one “pork belly proposal I can get behind!” A celebrity endorsement!
I’m still taking suggested campaign (or cam-pain?) slogans. Tomorrow, I will put my favorites up for a vote.
Potential nominees coming into the Funny Business email box or on my Twitter accountinclude:
Last one too much, maybe?
Keep ‘em coming.
Meantime, more policy suggestions from you to me. It should be no surprise that many of these new California Teavage Party voters want to tax people who bother them. Initiatives include:
I’m not usually a supporter of taxes, but I kinda like what I see. Imagine how quickly we could fill California’s $20 billion gap!
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