Roseanne For President
February 3, 2012 by staff
Roseanne For President, Roseanne Barr has thrown her hat in the race for the President’s Office. The Emmy winner has filed the paperwork to run for president this year as a Green party candidate. Yesterday she tweeted, “If ppl will merely do as I tell them to do just this one time, I promise everything will get a lot better quickly4 the majority.”
The national coordinator for the Green Party, Scott McLarty, said of Roseanne’s announcement “Our standpoint is that Roseanne is running for the nomination, and we are impartial to all our candidates officially. We welcome Roseanne Barr into the race, and she will make it very interesting from what I have seen.
Ms. Barr wants to say some very serious things in her campaign, and from what I can tell, she is motivated by her own experiences and her desire to see the United States become a much better country.” There are 132 Green officeholders in the United States, including five mayors.
The Green Party will pick its 2012 presidential candidate at a convention in Baltimore in July.
According to a police report released yesterday, Leslie Carter, the sister of Nick and Aaron Carter, suffered an apparent overdose and had been taking medication for depression. The aspiring singer died Tuesday in upstate New York. An official cause of death is pending toxicology tests. Leslie leaves behind a husband and baby daughter.
ABC Family has renewed The Secret Life of the American Teenager for a fifth season. The renewal makes the teen drama, starring recent Golden Globe nominee Shailene Woodley, the longest-running show in the network’s history. Season 4.5 of the series debuts on Monday, March 26 at 8 p.m. ABC Family has also picked up a reality series called Beverly Hills Nannies and Baby Daddy, a comedy about a guy who must raise a baby girl with the help of his brother and friends after his ex leaves the child on his doorstep.
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