19.6.07

Defector

My plan to get people to leave the Republican and Democratic parties is working.

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg left the Republican Party on Tuesday and switched to unaffiliated, a move certain to be seen as a prelude to an independent presidential bid that would upend the 2008 race.

The billionaire former CEO, who was a lifelong Democrat before he switched to the Republican Party in 2001 for his first mayoral run, said the change in his voter registration does not mean he is running for president.The billionaire former CEO, who was a lifelong Democrat before he switched to the Republican Party in 2001 for his first mayoral run, said the change in his voter registration does not mean he is running for president.

"The politics of partisanship and the resulting inaction and excuses have paralyzed decision-making, primarily at the federal level, and the big issues of the day are not being addressed, leaving our future in jeopardy," he said in a speech Monday at the start of a University of Southern California conference about the advantages of nonpartisan governing.


This does not mean that he will be running for President as an Independent, but it is very likely. Although, he could just be planning on using his billions of dollars to support my bid. Either way, Phase 1 of the Master Plan is coming along just fine.

2 Comments:

Blogger James Q said...

I really hope he doesn't run...It would be a shame to lose the election for the right due to 2 candidates pulling the same votes. I don't have anything against the guy, it just seems like it would be silly.

20/6/07 06:04  
Blogger Dorshorst said...

The problem is, I likely won't be happy with one of the Republicans winning. So if an Independent candidate like Bloomberg seems to represent me better, then I will vote for him.

I'll refer you to an earlier set of posts of mine.

20/6/07 16:22  

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