November 19th, 2011
‘Dilbert’ Creator Scott Adams Announces He’s Running For President

Even though it’s a solid year away, the 2012 Presidential Campaign is already heating up, and with it, the same complaints about our electoral system that crop up every four years. Voters often say that they wish there was a viable candidate outside of the traditional two-party system, someone who could come in and shake things up so that we’re not necessarily limited to the same two choices.This time, however, there’s a difference. One man has heard the call, America. One man is willing to step outside the established system: Dilbert creator Scott Adams has announced his candidacy for president, running as an independent on the platform of “managers are totally dumb, am I right?” 
And as unlikely as it seems, we here at ComicsAlliance think he’s a totally viable candidate.

‘Dilbert’ Creator Scott Adams Announces He’s Running For President

Even though it’s a solid year away, the 2012 Presidential Campaign is already heating up, and with it, the same complaints about our electoral system that crop up every four years. Voters often say that they wish there was a viable candidate outside of the traditional two-party system, someone who could come in and shake things up so that we’re not necessarily limited to the same two choices.

This time, however, there’s a difference. One man has heard the call, America. One man is willing to step outside the established system: Dilbert creator Scott Adams has announced his candidacy for president, running as an independent on the platform of “managers are totally dumb, am I right?”

And as unlikely as it seems, we here at ComicsAlliance think he’s a totally viable candidate.

(via npr)

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    I got onto AmericansElect.org the other day which is creating a viable independent non-partisan primary. Im excited to...
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    The same Scott Adams that compared women’s rights to kids asking for candy, said rape is a natural instinct for men, and...
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    Yessss!
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    I’m okay with this. Of course, being Canadian, I’m not entitled to say anything on the subject. But I am still okay with...
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    Dilbert for president!
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    The obvious choice.
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    uh, are we talking about the same Scott Adams? Because no.
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