Via The Masked Man, former wrestler Stevie Richards has introduced the world to his ideals and policy recommendations (both soon to be ubiquitous in our political milieu) with a radio interview on VOC Wrestling Nation announcing his aspirations for state office. Richards spoke eloquently of his heightened civic concern after Hurricane Sandy, and explained the motivation behind his foray into politics:
Without going into conspiracy theories, new world order, or any of that other stuff, just don't trust the government.
I have my own theories and opinions on how these storms come together, especially just before one of the most important elections in our history. The timing is just too convenient. I don't want to sound like a nutjob, but there was an electronic piece of equipment in Alaska that was activated the day before (the storm) turned to the northeast, and (that piece of equipment) on a scale of 1-10, was dialed to a 10+.
God, that "I don't want to sound like a nutjob" is so perfect. "I don't want to sound like a psychopath," said Buffalo Bill, "but if you don't rub that lotion on your skin…"