Wednesday, September 26, 2007


Like the other major candidates for the Democratic nomination for the presidency, Dr. Carl Perrin is gearing up for a final push as the primaries get closer. Perrin’s campaign manager Aristotle Mongoose tells us that a big media blitz will be coming out in the next few months. Perrin will not be advertising on television because he believes that television is an invention of the devil, but you can expect to see “Perrin for President” ads in newspapers.

The Perrin campaign will bypass the big city newspapers like the New York Times and the Washington Post. Instead his ads will appear in small town papers like the Milford Cabinet in New Hampshire, the Westbrook American Journal in Maine, and Leisure Times in New Jersey. Perrin’s ads will be aimed toward the little people, the everyday average American. Once these ads come out, the American public will see why they should vote for Perrin.

In the meantime Democratic candidates are all hoping for the endorsement of the Service Employees International Union. Aristotle Mongoose says they might as well forget it. The union is going to endorse Dr. Carl Perrin, the only candidate who actually belonged to a union.

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