Spock For President: the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the one percent


This year, there are 28,000 Presidential candidates, and rumour has it you're one of 'em. If you're running for President, you may be corrupt enough and rich enough to simply buy the election.

And while many Americans were eagerly anticipating Arnold Schwarzenegger, The Terminator, to become their next President, it was a devastating blow to realize that having "living tissue over a metal endoskeleton" disqualified the respected T-800 from the job.

Nerds and geeks across the nation were deeply and personally offended and outraged by the news, including Mr. Spock, who responded to Schwarzenegger's crushing defeat by immediately announcing his candidacy for the oval office.

Mr. Spock's no-nonsense approach is rapidly gaining popularity with hipsters, #occupy protesters, neckbeards, 40-year-old virgins and pepper spray cops alike. His campaign is deceptively simple:

"The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the one percent".

On the campaign trail, Spock is spittin' serious game at his opponents and neck pinchin' all pimps, hustlahs and playahs in the hizzle, mah vizzle.

Spock For President. Logic we can believe in.