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My US Presidential Dream Team Hopes Are Well And Truly Crushed

When Donald Trump best known for his hair, and being host to the US version of Celebrity Apprentice announced he was not going to put his hat in the ring for the Republican Presidential nomination I was disappointed.

However I always thought Reality Ravings would be able to report on the election because dabbler in reality TV Sarah Palin might run. She has crushed these dreams this week saying she is not seeking nomination. So it looks like reporting on the US Presidential’s is not going to occur.

However another Republican President nomination has had a brush with reality TV, but this time it was Top Chef production company Magic Elves sued has the Texas attorney general to prevent the release of information in documents from the Governor Rick Perry’s office related to the $400,000 Texas paid for product placement in the new season.

Reality Blurred reports:
The lawsuit, filed Monday, says that, as part of its brand integration with Texas, “Magical Elves provided confiential and propreitary information regardng Top Chef, as well as creative concepts and production ideas for Top Chef: Texas,” and the documents they want to protect include “proposals, correspondence, and related documents.”

Why is it always the Republicans involved in reality TV, and not the Democrats?

 

2 comments

1 Culinary Boner { 10.07.11 at 2:42 pm }

The Republicans do have some cracking policy ideas though –

http://www.news.com.au/weird-true-freaky/bring-back-dwarf-tossing-to-provide-job-stimulus-says-us-politician-ritch-workman/story-e6frflri-1226161009219.

Representative Ritch Workman, eh? *snigger* S’pose that’s better than Representative Ritch Layabout.

2 Culinary Boner { 10.07.11 at 2:48 pm }