Well, those two certainly deserve each other. There's a problem, though: Will there be enough room on the stage for the candidates and their egos? Talk about a vanity campaign, we can look forward to the two biggest self promoting leftists in America entertaining us during election season.
Exactly one year after announcing her White House bid on "The Tonight Show," actress and comedian Roseanne Barr won the presidential nomination of the Peace and Freedom Party Saturday in Los Angeles.
Barr's vice presidential running-mate is Cindy Sheehan, the mother of a soldier killed in Iraq and anti-war activist best known for her protest outside of then-President George W. Bush's Crawford, Texas, ranch.
"Cindy and I are the 'Throw the Bums Out' ticket and the 'Ballot Access' ticket. The American people are sick and tired of this 'lesser evil' garbage they get fed every election year," said Barr before the party's convention vote, which was held at the United Methodist Church in Los Angeles. "Both the Democrats and the Republicans do the same evils once they're in office."
Barr had originally sought the Green Party presidential nomination but lost that contest last month to Dr. Jill Stein.
As of now, Barr will not appear on enough ballots in November to have a mathematical chance of winning the White House or having much of an effect on the final outcome. The Peace and Freedom Party, based in California, historically has had little ballot presence outside the state.
However, Barr's campaign also serves as a high-profile voter registration drive to secure the party's ballot status for future elections.
Sheehan, once the darling of the Democratic party, got too radical even for them. After claiming that New Orleans was an "occupied city" after Katrina, Democrats began to tip toe away from her and pretend they never supported her efforts to confront George Bush over the death of her son in Iraq. She went full blown commie after that and now only speaks in church basements and community centers where the far, far left gathers.
Barr, who will be unable to promote healthy eating if she is elected due to her mammoth girth, is a conspiracy touting nutcase. She's a 9/11 truther, and once suggested we bring back the guillotine and use it on bankers.
Aside from being two of the most unpleasant people on the planet, I can't think of anything that can stop their march to the White House, can you?