Tuesday, May 17, 2011

America's Next Top President

As the freak show comes to a close, the Campaign begins to take focus.  The GOP primary is starting to take shape, as the potentials and hopefuls are vying for their spot in the 2012 Presidential race.

This weekend, two potential candidates, Donald Trump and Mike Huckabee, bowed out of the next 2012 edition of  'Who Wants to Be a President?'
Arkansas former Governer Mike Huckabee announced on his show Saturday, that pursuing a Republican nomination would conflict with many other important events that he deemed paramount. 

He stated "I had not done much toward a race because my life was filled with work that I truly love here at Fox News, doing radio commentaries on my daily Huckabee Report on 600 radio stations, traveling the country for speaking engagements, and helping good conservative, pro-life candidates who were running for office,"

"The obligation is to love your country and serve it the best way you can. If that's being a candidate, then yes. If it's maybe in another role, maybe that's it," Huckabee said

Trump, on the other hand, was a bit less graceful in explaining why he has decided not to seek election.

He claims that his obligation to his lucrative 'Apprentice' show is the only thing countering his desire for Presidency.  He claims that, as a busy man, he has been campaigning half-heartedly, which is not an elegant way to win a race.  In typical Trump fashion, he claims that he would win the primary, as well as the general election, and went on to state how business was his greatest passion, and he is "not ready to leave the private sector."


  1. I personally, as a non-american citizen, hope that Obama will remain president for the next few years. But I believe that, although Obama 'caught' bin Laden, the public will see the things he did not achieve when running for president again.

  2. trump dropped out cause the apprentice offered him moola

  3. Donald Trump? GOP, what going on with you?

  4. ah man.... not this crazy stuff!

  5. I was so sad Huckabee dropped out. He had my vote. As for the other guy, he just gets off on hearing his name (which is why I'm not saying it)

  6. If either one of these 2 become President, i'm moving to Africa.