Saturday, February 06, 2016
If you said, "Why, yes, Jim, I do remember that time you ran for President!", then you're either insane or you're just being kind to me. But I did run for President once. Or, at least, I appeared on the presidential ballot in Massachusetts. Kind of.
That should probably be enough to get you to go read my column in today's Boston Herald.
Just in case it isn't, though, here's something else. In my column, I give you a bet you will almost positively win (unless you bet with a Libertarian, in which case you will positively lose. So don't make the bet with a Libertarian.)
If those two things aren't enough, I don't know what else I can do to intrigue you.
Oh, OK. There's a little bit about what could turn out to be the biggest political story of the past 200 years or so and probably bring about an absolute end to presidential elections as we now know them.
But, putting all of that aside, it's MY column, it was written by ME and you love ME, so quit wasting your time reading this drivel and go read that drivel. Thank you.
As always, letters to the editor and kind comments at the website are welcomed. Also, if you actually buy today's hard copy of the Boston Herald, and if the country we know and love is still a functioning entity when I win my Pulitzer in, say, 2046, bringing that hard copy to the party I'll throw will entitle you to a free burrito. The value is obvious, so I'd run out and buy about ten of them if I were you.
Are you still here?!? For goodness sakes, go read the Boston Herald and make yourself useful, please.
Soon, with more better stuff (probably).