After spending a $100 million or so to buy the Democrats some seats, Michael Bloomberg, who hates soda, salt and guns, is talking about running for the White House.
Having spent a fortune to help elect Democrats this fall, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg declared lifetime allegiance to the Democratic Party on Tuesday and outlined an aggressive timeline for deciding whether to run for president.
“Thanksgiving, Christmas and then maybe a few weeks into January — that’s when you really gotta sit down, talk to your advisers and say, ‘Look, do I have a chance?’ I think I know why I would want to run. I think I know what I think this country should do and what I would do. But I just don’t know whether it’s possible,” Bloomberg told the AP.
"I think I know why I would want to run. I think I know what I think this country should do and what I would do."
There's a lot of "I thinks" in there.
Mike spends a lot of time thinking. He thinks he knows what the country and everyone in it should do. And ban guns, soda and salt.