I am presenting a bold plan of killing the IRS, the Tax Code and Obamacare while establishing a 20 year Advanced City Planning Infrastructure program to compliment my private sector jobs plan.
Well, he says he was born one, citing his Jewish faith and union-member grandparents as his qualifications. And in one of the other times Wiley ran for office over the past 21 years, he did so as a Democrat.
That seems to be only because Hillary Clinton’s brother, Hugh Rodham, was a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate in Florida’s 1994 elections. In fact, in that email, Massachusetts-native Wiley says Republicans encouraged him to run in that primary race, and gave $20,000 to his campaign fund. He lost to Rodham, but did manage to make it into a primary runoff.
But the real reason Wiley lost his radio spot – a “Freedom!” type of “Patriot!” show on real radio, and on which did he complain of “RINOs!” – is more likely because … he’s a freak. A conspiracy theorist. Whose show wasn’t simply “Pro-Gun” and “Pro-Life” (as Wiley describes himself in his recent email), but pro-UFO.
And here he is, five years later. And apparently with a lot of time on his hands since even his Internet radio show got canned (“Unfortunately, The Mike Wiley Show is no longer broadcasting,” reads the website of online radio directory Streema). And, gosh darn it, he wants to be the Democratic candidate for president.
But be prepared for his very anti-Democratic stances. He wants to “arm honest citizens” to take on “Domestic Terrorists,” who he says “Hussein Obama” is ignoring. He’s not just going to downsize the government, but completely eliminate Housing & Urban Development, the Internal Revenue Service, the Food & Drug Administration, and the Environmental Protection Agency, too.
He’ll privatize Social Security, he says. Add some “illegal immigrant!” juice to his cocktail, too; Wiley says he’ll station 10,000 troops along the Mexican border. And if you don’t like his pro-Israel/anti-Palestine stance, well, he’ll call you “anti-Semitic.”
And honestly, folks, can you think of anything more Democratic than stances like that? (Neither can we.)
His personal history and personal stances do, however, support another of Wiley’s arguments. Anyone this silly and asinine can only be from outer space.
So maybe Wiley should just give up his campaign in South Carolina.