Here's what I think the opportunity many people are missing here, because the US has always effectively been a two party system: Kanye could reasonably represent the "Black Party" (Birthday Party is an idiotic name; if he's seriously running, mistake #1). An example is in Canada with the Bloc Quebecois; they are explicitly a Quebec nationalist/ separatist party who doesn't run candidates anywhere outside Quebec. They have zero chance of ever gaining power BUT in the parliamentary system, they do have an opportunity to gain influence by being part of coalition governments or legislation passage. In doing so, they gain power to push for their interests. And while I as an anglophone Canadian am completely opposed to their policies, I resect the will to push for the interests of their people.Apparently Kanye West is really running for president. He says he wants to be a leader like the leader of Wakanda in Black Panther. Also planned parenthood is a racist white supremicist organization that wants to kill black people and more. I’m in a blue state, I’ll vote for him if he really runs
I’m pretty sure Trump is bipolar. The whole waking up at 4am with a big burst of energy and firing off A few dozen tweets is classic manic behaviorSadly, Kanye is just in the middle of another bipolar episode.
Although being black, and now having a serious mental defect, means that all white people must vote for him. If there don't, they are bigots.
I don't get the fish sticks reference, but still funny.