The Rise of the ‘Cardboard’ Party

by | Jan 20, 2010 | Entertainment, Headline News | 3 comments

Do you LOVE America?


    The winds of change are blowing, and the People want real results. In our earlier piece, we suggested that real change may not come unless America witnesses the rise of a third party.

    In his Cardboard Manifesto, Tom of the North outlines some ideas that can change Washington from the inside out.

    While it may have been penned for entertainment purposes only, one of the commentors at Outside the (Cardboard) Box points out, “Is this Satire, or a real request for change….its too real”

    It is the rise of the Cardboard Party.

    Read the complete Cardboard Manifesto and start changing America today!


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      1. Beautiful, Tom!  I’ve said for years that the president and his cabinet should be drafted….. no one who actually WANTS the job is sane enough to do it.

      2. This is the BEST idea since investing in Chinese Gold Miners!

      3. Thanks Joe, thanks zukadu. It is widely acknowledged in the Medical Field that pursuit of Public Office is a Clinical Personality Disorder.  Doctors would step forward but it’s far too lucrative for them having the psychos in office…..

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