Pragmatic Party and Scott Adams in 2008

I’ve said it before that I think Scott Adams should run for President in 2008, but today he cemented it. He blogged about his Pragmatic Party fantasy, imagining and describing his campaign platform, his Presidential approach and other goodness.

You need one Big Idea when you run for President. I would explain that our current system of government was conceived prior to the Internet, electronic mass media, and sophisticated polling methods. 200 years ago the only practical form of government involved voting for a small group of individuals that would pretend to represent you. Now we have better tools and we should use them. […]

I’m eligible to, but have never voted in any US government election. But, I might seriously consider Scott Adams and the Pragmatic Party as a write-in for 2008.

Exactly what does it take to get officially listed on the ballot? How much funds need to be raised? What’s the process involved? This is serious. If Ronald Reagan could see two full terms as President and Arnold Schwarzenegger can be Governor of California, then Scott Adams can certainly be President for a term.

Lets make this happen, people!

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  1. Julio Hernandez-Miyares says

    You never voted in a U.S Government election??? how sad! I won’t ask why but don’t you think that is too drastic of a statement to prove there is little difference between the Democrats and the Republicans? Lets face it, we have George Bush as president because of a few hundred votes in Florida.

  2. Julio: Considering we (the people) don’t actually vote to elect our President, voting only serves the purpose of (allegedly) giving us a way of voicing our opinion. I have never felt strongly enough to express my opinion about who I think would make the better President: they’ve all been worthless. If a longshot like Adams ran, I’d at least consider voicing my opinion at the polls about it.


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