Or Republicans don’t age well.
Either way, Andrew Firestone was on the Bachelor.
Even then, I thought he was real extra regular. I’ve never seen the show or anything, but I’ve seen enough commercials to know that ABC has really stepped up their game with the eye-candy for that show. Time has not been awesome for Mr. Firestone.
See? That’s what happens when you have bad politics. The life just drains out of you and you looked dried up and throwed away.
Anyway, Mr. Firestone has gone from reality TV personality to Republican delegate from California.
Firestone, the son of former Assemblyman Brooks Firestone, is a first-time delegate. The Santa Barbara Republican said he hopes to see expected Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney give an acceptance speech Thursday night that fires up the GOP base and gives all voters more details about how he’ll use his vision and business acumen to turn the country around.
“I don’t think anybody denies that this country is going in the wrong direction and we want a plan,” he said. “We want a direct idea of how it’s going to be put into place to get us going in the right direction.”
Andrew would definitely know about wrong directions, seeing as how he proposed to whatever chick won the show then changed directions and married some other heaux. Family values are real cute. Let me speed date and semi-orgy with 30 desperate fame-whores to find my one true love that I want to marry and spend the rest of my life with. How’s that for sanctity of marriage? Letting gay people marry one another cheapens marriage, but a reality tv game show where the goal is to get married is A-OK. That doesn’t cheapen anything. That’s totally fine.
Basically, politicians are just uglier versions of reality tv’s vapid, shallow, brain-dead attention-seekers who will do anything to get people to pay attention to them, whore themselves out to the highest bidder, and feign sincerity in order to get ahead.
Well damn, methinks this little troll may be on to something here…