Here we are, 2012, another Presidential Election Year in the United States of America. The run for the Presidency is on. And, who are the choices for Americans?
America BLEW IT! Americans really blew their chances when they failed to elect the man who should have been President of the United States of America. I wrote of this dynamic individual back on September 29, 2008. I suggest you go back to read that Roland’s Ramblings; just click on over to President Pat Paulsen.
Apparently, the 2012 American President campaign season is generating sufficient interest among other people to make comments in reference to Pat Paulsen that demonstrating that I am not the only person to think of Pat Paulsen, as you can see when you scroll down to the following embedded mattter.com page on Mason Williams:
The Iowa Caucus Votes Are In — Which Leads, Somehow, to Pat Paulsen, Mason Williams, and Dick Smothers
Is there life after death? Well, even though Pat Paulsen died in 1997 as you can read in The New York Times article, Pat Paulsen, 69, a Parodist Of Presidential Doubletalk, interest in a Pat Paulsen presidential bid continued on way after the death of the man Pat Paulsen.
Of course, I am not informing you of anything new in that regard; because, you would already have learned of that if you followed the embedded link up above to the 2008 Roland’s Ramblings President Pat Paulsen entry in which I placed an embedded link to Pat Paulsen for President 2008. However, there was also 2008 Paulsen for President interest being expressed as you may see and hear by clicking over to Monty Paulsen for President? in which “Monty Paulsen, son of legendary presidential candidate, Pat Paulsen, takes to the streets to find the pulse of America!”
Also back in 2008, there was a fine tribute to the Great American Pat Paulsen in the video Pat Paulsen – The Man Who Would Be President, or as I prefer it be called and as is shown in the beginning of that video, Pat Paulsen should have been President.
Now, in 2012, 15 years after the death of the man Pat Paulsen, 15 years after the death of American Presidential Candidate Pat Paulsen, Pat Paulsen the Legend lives on.