Take this as an obvious sign the diminutive jocksniffer has abandoned Hopenchange, but just can’t bring himself to vote for Mitt Romney. This officially makes it a groundswell of two people — Bloomberg and this twit — who are stoked for a Mike Bloomberg bid for the White House.
Once more tonight in Boca Raton, the presidential campaign will be about live theater, not real lives.
Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will argue more about Libya, and Iran, and whether or not the President can find Israel without a GPS.
The two candidates will talk to each other on foreign policy, interrupt each other, maybe even insult each other. They will also make you wonder, more than ever, if the way we elect a President in this country has gotten dumber than the Lohans.
And once again New Yorkers will wonder how this all might sound if Michael Bloomberg had decided to make his own run for President as an independent, if somehow he had ended up on that stage.
The candidates for President only talk about guns when forced to answer a debate question, then immediately act as frightened as if guns have been pulled on them.
Michael Bloomberg, who won’t be in the hall with Obama and Romney Monday night, continues to drive a conversation as important as he have. In this way, a big-city mayor — mayor of the biggest city — speaks for his country.