Monday, July 30, 2012

Rant #780: The Long of It

I know that everyone is excited about the Presidential race right now.


But some spice has been put into the race.

Porn star Ron Jeremy, picked by one outlet has the greatest porn star of all time, has let it leak out that he is voting for President Obama this time around in November.

However, he doesn't dislike the presumptive Republican nominee, Mitt Romney.

Here is what he told the Boston Herald:

“I think he means well, I think he’s a good man,” Jeremy said.
“I think the fact that he’s such an amazing father proves a lot. I give him a lot of credit. He’s raised some good sons. When a man is a really, really good father, that’s very important,” said Ron, a lifelong bachelor. “It’s a good race.”

I am sure that many people will base their vote on people like Jeremy, a guy who was a former New York City school teacher and who has made thousands of porn flicks. 

Based on his profession, he should know the long--and the short--of it.

And Jeremy is a man you can trust. He gave every ounce of energy--and lots of other things--to all of his performances.

And let's not forget that he has been in numerous "legit" films too, like "10," so he is an "Actor" with a capital "A."

If people can base their votes and political leanings on other actors, like George Clooney, why can't Ron Jeremy and his beliefs be used to the same degree.

They probably belong to the same actors' union, so Jeremy's political leanings carry as much weight as Clooney's.

Maybe Jeremy should, himself, run for President. 

I am sure he will get many votes from people who feel let down by both our President and Romney.

Perhaps he can call his party the "Adult" Party, or the "Fun" Party, or something else that illustrates his background in a tasteful way.

I doubt his campaign would go bust, and I bet he would hit his target, or money shot, on the amount of votes he expected.

Heck, the Republican vice presidential nominee hasn't even been named yet ... although Jeremy is evidently going Democrat, maybe he could be persuaded to change his mind as the VP nominee of the Republicans.

Gimme some skin on that!

Nah, it won't happen, but I am glad Jeremy decided to stick his ... thoughts into the race.

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