Multiple Enthusiasms

Infinite jest. Excellent fancy. Flashes of merriment.

Entrekin: Vote better.

The most amusing search WordPress has recorded in a while:

I wouldn’t say I have political aspirations, mind you, but neither would I say I’d turn the job down.

It’s worth remembering I’m only thirty, of course. So I’m not eligible for another five years at least.

And hopefully, by then, we’ll be smack in the middle of an Obama administration by then.

That’s my hope, anyway.


  1. I like how they searched “William” and not “Will”. It makes a difference to me some how.

    You also have to have a wife and kids to get in. I don’t think we’ve ever had a president that wasn’t married at some point in his life.

  2. @Gotham: looks like only Buchanan was single when he took office.

  3. But he didn’t get a second term. Plus, through out history the wives/lovers/spouses/mistresses/etc. of rulers have consulted them and given them advise. Whole kingdoms have fallen apart after King’s beloved died not because he was to distraught with grief to rule but because his most trusted and greatest adviser was no longer there.
    (I can give some examples of this but i would have to go through five books and find the answers out of three of them. Please don’t have me give examples)

    So the presidents wife should be his best friend and greatest adviser who doesn’t mind letting him feel her boobs. 😀

  4. I think you should run with Kristen as your VP.

    Now I shall resume my influenza induced quarantine and sleep while the babies allow.

  5. @Gotham: but then, why leave it to the guy? Sounds like the kings’ beloveds were the ones who really mattered, anyway, so why not give them the job?

    @Miya: well, it would certainly be an interesting ticket, and the debates would absolutely draw some spectacular ratings, I’d wager.

    Feel better.

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