In honor of the mid-term elections coming up, like tomorrow, and in order to remind you to vote or stay home (especially if you are an Anabaptist like Chad), here is a list of offices that our very own bibliobloggers are campaigning for. Please get out the vote or stay home, just do not complain about the results.
Jeremy Thompson: Jeremy is running for the honorable office of Dog Catcher for the state of Louisiana. He promises to collect as much canine feces as possible to use as the New Orleans Saints running game.
Halden Doerge: Running for Ambassador to Basel, Switzerland. In the hopes of making the world a more peaceable place, Halden’s goal is to find the ghost of Karl Barth so that he may teach all of those Barthians how to read his works correctly (and in context).
Brian LePort: Brian wants your vote as Ambassador to the Vatican. Given the fact he does not celebrate Reformation Day and all.
Joel Watts: Joel is running far behind in his efforts to become Vice President. Please vote for Joel, because he loves being in the number 2 spot. Plus, no one from West Virginia has ever been elected to the Blair House or White House. 🙂
Christian Salafia: Seeking re-election as Chief of the Bureau of Internal Revenue, Christian seeks to bring back prohibition in all of its glory. This includes a repeal of the 21st Amendment.
Craig Falvo: Craig wants your vote for Senior Librarian of the Do-Gooder Library of Congress. He promises to eliminate all of the books on social justice and add a Glenn Beck section to every local library by October 2o12, just in time for the presidential election.
James McGrath: Vote for James McGrath, as the next curator for the 6-Day Creation Museum. He will work with Ken Ham to bring Christians together.