Homer Simpson for President of the U.S.

Gary Johnson, presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party, was saying the other day to the Huffington Post that

‘Mickey Mouse Would Poll 15 Percent Against Obama And Romney’

He might be right, as none of the candidates seem to be willing to do whatever is necessary to stop this nonsense, with the only exception of Ron Paul.

But I was thinking that maybe Homer Simpson would be able to become the next president of the United States, and I am sure he would be the most successful one.  My reasons for this statement:

-he would reactivate the beer industry, as he would spend most of his time at Moe’s drinking Duff and paying for his drinks.

-He would not eat fancy meals as he would prefer his favorite junk foods and treats bought to Apu at the Badulake.

-he would be close to real people and their real problems, as he would be in direct contact with his long-time friends Lenny Leonard and Carl Carlson.

-he would still “suffer” the admonitions of his neighbor Ned Flanders.

-he would not take over the job of Krusty the clown

-he would not cheat on Marge or request her to have an “open marriage”

-he would spend most of his time either watching TV or taking naps, so he would not have time to screw things up.


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2 Responses to Homer Simpson for President of the U.S.

  1. Nestor says:

    Here he is in the Oval Office:

    Though I think he would prefer being the king of the world:

  2. Pilar says:

    juas En España también nos iría mejor con Homer

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