Nope. Deuce — who was recently attacked by his former bandmates — is running for the job Mitt Romney wants.
“Everybody’s favorite masked rock star Deuce today announced his run for President,” reads a press release. “As the founding member of the I Came To Party, Deuce brings a simple message to the masses: The economy is in the toilet. People are down on their luck.”
Ya think? He’s a genius.
“The two major political parties are stale. It’s time to say ‘Let’s party!’ While Deuce has always been a man with the message of a good time, The Deuce for President campaign began as a grassroots initiative from supportive fans, who drew on his inspiration and created a ‘Deuce For President’ group page.”
“The group’s popularity rapidly grew and after careful consideration, Deuce has accepted their nomination. ‘I’m bringing the party back to the people,’ said Deuce. ‘It’s all about partying without a cause: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit to Party.’”
Hey, Deuce — get your own gimmick. Partying and all things related to the word “party” is already Andrew W.K.’s territory.
“Deuce has released the next installment in his visual catalogue with the video for a song that is the foundation of his campaign platform, ‘I Came To Party‘, directed by Nathan Cox and featuring the Millionaires. Deuce invited his fans to come party with him at a club in Fullerton, CA via his Facebook page. The result was a wild party with Deuce at the center of the chaos. The ‘I Came To Party‘ video, brilliantly illustrates all that Deuce would bring to the nation if elected…”