Thursday, March 5, 2009

Anti-Shopping Reverend Runs For NYC Mayor

NEW YORK (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One reverend is hoping to preach the gospel of anti-shopping as the mayor of New York City.

Reverend Billy of the Church of Life After Shopping has been chosen by the Green Party to represent them in the New York City mayoral race against current mayor and Wall Street billionaire Michael Bloomberg.

Reverend Billy believes he can beat Bloomberg since he’s “been mean to everybody,” which lost him popularity with New Yorkers and his own political party.

The good reverend stands on a platform of less consumerism, neighborhood values, and conservation, and wants to protect the “mom and pop shops, diners, and freak shows” from going under.

He explains, “We’ve had disastrous mayors here that have done so much destruction. I can’t help but think things would be better if we had a more humane leader. New York is a great city, not a corporation.”

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