Malibu, California – famous celebrity and film and television actor, Charlie Sheen, announced today that he will be running for office in the presidential election in 2016! The “Two And A Half Men” former star made his announcement live during the 12 o’clock news in an interview that featured him lying among 12 adult movie stars and drinking a bottle of “Jack Daniel’s” scotch live on the air. The label of the alcoholic drink was blurred seconds into the start of the interview, but it just goes to show that the popular TV-star doesn’t seem to change at all.
Given the fact that such behavior is nothing out of the ordinary for the globally popular celebrity, it’s hard to believe that he could actually be serious in his intent to make the White House his permanent residence as of 2016.
“It’s just one of those things where you suddenly feel an urge and the next thing you know, you’ve got your pants down and the crowd is going “hello!”, you know? I just got to thinking: I’ve pretty much accomplished everything else in my life that I’ve wanted to, so what’s the next step? If simple logics are to be followed, and I always tend to follow my own logic in the simplest way, being president is the next step in my career. If nothing else, at least I won’t apologize if (and when) the sh*t hits the fan”, Mr. Sheen stated in his interview.
And if the polls are to be believed, he might just pull it off! The troubled television star is struggling with his personal life, but the people are saying: “to hell with that; we’ve all had our ups and downs. What matters is that he manages to pull through, and the best way to do that is get some responsibility” – George Mulkinson, 26, Milwaukee. “I’ve always been a fan of Charlie, and my love for him only grew stronger when he left TAAHM; when it’s all said and done, we need a president who’s not afraid to call it like it is, without any BS” – Jennifer Crows, 24, New York.
He’s got the headlines, he’s got the support, and everybody knows he’s definitely got the guts and insanity to do it. All that’s left now is to wait for the election and see whether Charlie Sheen makes good on his promise to change America.