Dr. Rob for President

If you really want things done right, sometimes you just gotta do it yourself . . .

You know, if you think about it – it’s the busy folks like us that just get things done. We can alway add one more important thing to our plate without letting quality suffer.

Just this morning, I was thinking . . .  I’ve got some free time on Tuesday mornings and Friday afternoons, why not throw my hat in the ring. There’s still time for a write-in.

 

Click on the hat to see my new commercial.

By the way: I approved this ad.  🙂 

 

PS (presidential seal): If you’ve got any free time on Mondays or Wednesdays, I’m looking for a parttime Vice President.

 

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About robertstevenson

Dr. Robert Stevenson is a Professor of Journalism and Director of Student Publications for the Department of Mass Communications and Theater at Lander University in Greenwood, SC. He received the Distinguished Faculty of the Year award for 2007-'08, and the Lander University Young Faculty Scholar Award in 2005-06. Stevenson also serves as chair of the Lander University American Democracy Project. First and Formost I am a dad of two wonderful boys.
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One Response to Dr. Rob for President

  1. OMG! That is sooooo great! Hahahahaha! Is there an option for Philippines Presidential candidates ? LMAO! I’ll run and make mine too. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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