Why aren’t we seeing more outrage about Mr. Schlafly not being invited to the CNN debate this week?
Mr. Schlafly made a bold prediction today, noting that television viewership is declining at such a rapid pace that the medium will soon largely cease to exist. Only conservative shows, as well as “content-less” shows (such as American Idol and the Superbowl) do well anymore. Always at the forefront of technological progress and American ingenuity, Mr. Schlafly predicts that the internet, and in particular Conservapedia, will become a key replacement for television. Perhaps other presidential candidates should stop wasting millions of dollars on useless television ads and instead invest in advertising online? They are probably not smart to do that, which is why Schlafly will leave them in the dust.
We’re off to a great start, as after a flurry of voting in our preliminary poll, Mr. Schlafly scores a resounding victory!
Over 70% of voters have selected Mr. Schlafly, with other Republican candidates barely registering at all. Why aren’t the major polling organizations including Mr. Schlafly in their questionnaires? I think we just need a little bit more time to spread awareness of this draft effort. Mr. Schlafly himself should be fired up about these results. I strongly encourage our visitors to go to Conservapedia and let Mr. Schlafly know how high he is polling and motivate him to run!
I’ll periodically be bringing you a summary of the latest comments and insights from Mr. Schlafly.
Here is a rundown of the most recent ones, as gleaned from Conservapedia and other public sources:
- Mr. Schlafly continues to work on a list of Conservative TV shows, which promote our values and are recommended for watching.
He recently bumped “The Office” to #2 on the list, primarily for its “willingness to mock liberals,” which is unusual on major shows.
No other presidential candidates have so far commented on the moral and political values of TV shows.
- Mr. Schlafly shared good news about his home state of New Jersey today – that it pulled out of a liberal greenhouse gas arrangement.
There likely wouldn’t even have been such a program in place in the first place had Mr. Schlafly ran for office earlier.
- Mr. Schlafly added a new word to his list of Conservative Words. It’s “underachiever,” coined in 1952 to describe a (typically liberal)
person who fails to accomplish what he could. This term could certainly be used to describe many of Mr. Schlafly’s opponents in the
When you hear the last name “Schlafly”, you undoubtedly associate it with the renowned conservative woman Phyllis Schlafly.
However, that’s not who this effort is about. It’s about her son, Andrew Schlafly, another true conservative who we believe would be a great candidate for President of the United States.
Mr. Schlafly, or Andy as those who know him call him, has a stellar reputation. He is the founder of Conservapedia, the conservative alternative to Wikipedia, where many of his political thoughts and insights can be discovered. He is also an Ivy League-educated lawyer, who recently argued before the New Jersey state supreme court. He is also an educator, teaching homeschooled children, both online and in person, the things that the liberal public education system doesn’t. Finally, he even has some campaigning experiencing, having (sadly, unsuccessfully), ran for a seat in the US House of Representatives back in 1992.
So please join our movement, and lets draft ANDREW SCHLAFLY FOR PRESIDENT!