Friday John Ku – AKA – TGIF – Need a Name for a Write-In for President

Funny Friday

I Need to have a name of a write-in for President.

Well,  as we all know another week is in the history books. This one was notable in that the first Presidential debate took place and I have decided to write in a WordPress blogger as my choice. I just don’t know who that should be. If you have any suggestions, I am open. It has to be someone who will love the job and be honest enough to serve. I can’t think of one politician who qualifies on both counts so why not a blogger?

Let me know in the comments section. Here is the JohnKu on the subject.

Write-in Candidate by John W. Howell © 2016

The two started out,

Talking heads, no real message. . .

Need an honest name.

Have a great weekend.

62 comments

  1. I feel exactly like your meme, John. It’s been a long week. Happy Friday to you!

    1. You as well, Jill. 😀

  2. Does it have to be a person living today or would no one notice? People don’t seem to be paying attention to much these days. That would be funny if it wasn’t so sad. 😦 — Suzanne

    1. I say Abe Lincoln should run. You’re right no one would notice. Thanks, Susanne. 😀

  3. I suggest you or Dan 🙂 or maybe Linda? Would they allow Linda????? She wouldn’t build a wall, would she???? :-))

    1. I think she would be great but is a Canadian. We would have to change the constitution. Oh well, let’s do it. Thanks, Bee. 🙂

      1. 🙂 I know but there could be worse than that 🙂

  4. Gwen Plano · ·

    I think just about all of us have given up on politics. It’s no wonder ABC has crafted the new series Designated Survivor. As for a blogger, you’d have my vote….but so would the TreeSisters. 🙂

    1. Ha ha ha. Thanks for your nomination Gwen. I can’t do it. I am allergic to bulls**t. Makes me sneeze. 😀

  5. I’ll do it. Not because I meet your criteria, but I figure I can’t do any worse than the current contenders. Probably waste most of my time insulting Congress.

    1. If you promise to insult congress you have my vote. 😀

      1. It’ll be a daily event. At least until they meet my demands that will effect only them and not the people.

  6. Ha!!!! Fantastic way to start my Friday, John. I’d nominate you too — but I wouldn’t wish that job on my worst enemy, let alone a friend. 😀
    Not a blogger, but what about your Lucy? I love the idea of her literally biting congressmen and senators in the a$$.
    TGIF indeed! Mega hugs.

    1. LOL. Now there is a good idea. Unfortunately Lucy has a problem biting anyone unless they are a kibble. Maybe we could issue kibble clothes to the congress. Thanks, Teagan Hugs.

  7. Lisa Burton is too busy right now. I could donate the left side of my brain. I keep him in a freezer at the writing cabin. He’s very detail oriented and methodical. The under the bed monster might do it, but he only comes out at night.

    1. All good nominations. Thanks, Craig. I like the under the bed idea but I think Trump has that position. 🙂

  8. Great JohnKu, Mr. John! I hereby nominate John W. Howell, Esquire, for President of the United States of America! #InJohnWeTrust!

    1. Ha ha ha. Thanks, John but I’m not sure I would enjoy being in the presence of snakes 24/7. 😀

      1. I was thinking you could get rid of the snakes. You’d have the POWER!!!

      2. I guess so. Lotta heads would roll.

  9. Anyone who likes taking photos of herons gets my vote (except I’m not on your electoral roll so my opinion counts for nothing… 😉 )! 😉

    1. Ha ha ha. You can still nominate. Thanks, Jan

  10. I feel the same way. My blogger nominee is you, Butch. Make it happen.

    1. Gee. I would need a full time nausea attendant. I don’t think I’m the right person.

  11. Since it’s definitely time for America’s first female president, I nominate Marie Bailey.

    Not entirely sure she’d love the job, but she’s honest, and sometimes she has purple hair.

    1. Purple hair would go with the office. I second your nomination.

      1. Not sure people would like how I’d run the country … they’d probably run me out of it, lol 😉 I have to admit, many years ago I voted for a third-party candidate and really regretted it for the next eight years so I’m never doing that again … still, it breaks my heart to think that this is the “best” we can do ;( As Bill the Cat would say, “Ack! Barf!”

      2. Bill the city would make a good candidate. I could see him Ack Barfing all over the congress.:-)

      3. Auto correct made cat into city. Go figure.

      4. Auto correct is often auto wrong 😜

      5. I think Bill would make a fine candidate. He could ack barf all over congress.

      1. Your country needs you!

  12. You’d get my vote, John. I’m honest enough to serve, but I’d frankly HATE that job! *shudders*

    1. Me too. *double shudder*

  13. “John W. Howell” seems like a candidate I could support.

    1. Don’t have the stomach for it. 🙂

  14. Who else?
    Ned Hickson, of course!

    1. Good one. Thank, Hook 🙂

  15. Hahaha. I can’t touch this one with a ten-foot pole.

    1. I know what you mean.

  16. Yes. It’s terrible isn’t it?! But if you write me in for president I will stop following you. What a job that would be.

  17. He’s not a blogger, but John Cannon has some experience!

  18. F***face von Clownstick
    Met she of spurious mails
    In tv farce. Meh.

      1. Wow, a double grade, you can’t much better than that.

      2. Nope. Master grade.

  19. As a comedian recently noted, we’re about to elect our 45th and final President… Unfortunately, since good, honest men like John Howell are understandably reluctant to enter the muck and mire that is Washington, I’m writing in my kid’s favorite cartoon character: Wally Kazam

    1. Good choice, Phillip. I may join you. 😀

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