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VOTERS RICKROLLED SO WHY NOT RICK FOR PRESIDENT?

12376348_252105461796888_2655769071430117858_nYou’ve clicked on a link to a breaking news story when all of a sudden you’re watching Rick Astley sing his 80’s hit ‘Never Gonna Give You Up.” Like millions of others, you’ve just been rickrolled.

Rickrolling has been used in computer viruses, protests against Scientology, Internet tax, and more recently against ISIS.

It’s an online phenomenon that started in 2007. Although Astley has been retired from singing for years, rickrolling has once again made him a household name.

Which leads to this thought. With all the negativity surrounding the leading presidential candidates in 2016, maybe a guy who promises – never to give you up, never to let you down, never run around and desert you. A candidate who promises never to make you cry, or say goodbye, and tell a lie and hurt you – should actually be president?

About Jim Heath

Jim Heath is the author of the new best seller Front Row Seat at the Circus - One Journalist's Journey through Two Presidential Elections. The book is about Jim's experiences covering the 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns - from South Carolina, the first southern primary state, to Ohio, the ultimate battleground state in presidential elections. A recipient of the Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism, Jim is also a two-time Emmy award winner with more than 15 years experience as both a main evening anchor and political reporter. A longtime advocate of social media, GQ Magazine listed Jim on their Top 5 political "Power List" and the Washington Post named him to their "Best Super Tuesday Twitter List." Jim's news career has taken him from Arizona to South Carolina to Ohio.

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