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September 26, 2008

Tonight at 8, when we’re all plastered and waiting to see if McCain shows up to debate, don’t forget about one candidate that wasn’t even invited to the debates, just because he’s not a major party candidate, a human or real. He is Angus LaCencse, the populist champion of the grass-fed party that announced his candidacy about a month ago.

With mankind’s greatest pun at his back (moovement), Angus has been traveling the country spreading the word about grass-fed beef at places like the Democratic National Convention and New York City’s Fashion Week.

He’s done pretty well for himself, earning mentions on both the view and Fox News. In one of the videos he claims to have a black belt in “Yoga Mastery,” which seems to be something only awarded to cows.

It seems unlikely that grass-fed beef will make it’s way into any of the debates, even the ones on domestic issues. Luckily, supporting Angus won’t preclude supporting Obama, or if we’re going to maintain a semblance of non-partisanship, whichever candidate you support (Obama, right?). Show your support for the double ticket by throwing a fundraising barbecue with grass-fed beef from somewhere like Four-Mile River farm, who sells at farmer’s market every Saturday. Vote with your fork.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. September 30, 2008 2:33 pm

    Thanks for the support! I am happy to see people excited about the grass-fed party! I agree that grass-fed is bi-partisan:)

  2. Robert Vale permalink
    September 30, 2008 2:52 pm

    The debates are always so slanted. If Angus was up there he’d hand both Obama and McCain their heads. Go Angus!

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