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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Make America Magical!

Hi, I'm Doctor Strange. These are some scary times. What, with the economy going up in flames.

Crime on the rise.

And Mindless Ones terrorizing cities.

With all this negativity in the world, I'm going to act positively. That's why I'm asking for a complete halt to all this "negative campaigning." That's not to say other independent committees might not put out adds pointing out that Cyclops is guilty of committing hate crimes against homosexuals...

Or that Cyclops may possibly be a homosexual himself.

But I won't go down that road because that's not what's important to this race. What's important is that I'm going to be tough on evil extra-dimensional deities.

Tougher on vampires.

And toughest on taxes.

So vote for Doctor Strange and together we can bring America to new heights.

I would also like to point out that by taking the high road and ending my negative campaigning I've proven myself to be ethically and morally superior to my opponent.

Paid for by the Committee to Elect Doctor Strange.
I'm Doctor Stephen Strange and the almighty Vishanti have bestowed upon me the power to approve this message.


  1. Tough on extra-dimensional deities, huh? So I guess Dr. Strange is going to deport his wife?

    I don't know about the rest of America, but I'm pretty sure I wouldn't a President who would casually dismantle his family for political gain...

  2. First to be a prick...

    Main Entry: de·i·ty
    Pronunciation: \ˈdē-ə-tē, ˈdā-\
    Function: noun
    1 a: the rank or essential nature of a god

    Clea is NOT a god. Just an extra-dimensional humanoid, with a little God blood in her.

    But secondly, after posting I realized it probably should've been EVIL extra-dimensional Deities. Since the Vishanti are OK enough.
    In fact, Doctor Strange is so powerful, he can go back in time fix that little typo. How do you like that?

    Who wouldn't want someone with that kind of power as your president?

  3. Power corrupts...and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    That's a lesson Cyclops personally learned all too well when he had to watch the immense power of the love of his life corrupt her.

  4. And he failed to protect his love from this corruption. So how can Cyclops protect America from corruption?

  5. I'll be sure how to ask how the American voters feel about corruption the next time Dr. Strange unilaterally declares he and his friends are the masters of the world.

  6. I'm torn on which to vote for but am leaning more towards the doctor. Cyclops didn't grow a set until fairly recently. Dr. Strange has been pretty ballsy all along. We need somebody who hasn't taken 30 years to grow up.


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