Paris for President?

  • styrgan

    Posts: 2017

    Oct 11, 2008 8:40 PM GMT
    I just need a reality check.

    I know someone strategically placed the first video in a post at some point a while ago, but I just saw the second, newest one today, and I couldn't help but ask myself.

    How bad (and scary) are things when Paris Hilton offers more reasonable solutions for the challenges facing our country than either of the presidential candidates or their respective parties?

    In four minutes (most of which was humor), she managed to present an alternative view that we have already won the Iraq war (a long time ago), that a more centrist energy policy would be in the country's best interests, and that not nearly as many people should have been allowed to enter foreclosure in the first place if we would only have slightly modified the terms of a small amount of the subprime loans in the country.

    Granted, none of these ideas are originally hers or her writers, but if I were McCain or Obama, I would be embarrassed.

  • ASH557

    Posts: 112

    Oct 11, 2008 9:53 PM GMT
    It sure does make you think.

  • metalxracr

    Posts: 761

    Oct 11, 2008 11:27 PM GMT
    They've talked about her on the news saying that she actually has good plans, some better than both mccain and obama!

    Paris/Rihanna 08!
  • styrgan

    Posts: 2017

    Oct 11, 2008 11:43 PM GMT
    I'm surprised RJ's more polarized members have not jumped in to defend their candidate. I like you guys foaming at the mouth...
  • Puppy80

    Posts: 451

    Oct 12, 2008 12:01 AM GMT
    She would be a great next Fake President. Just saying that cause I got to be West Wing obsessed.
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