EA announced a third candidate has entered the presidential race. This is the change you need, vote Howard T. Ackerman and say "Screw 'Em All"
THIRD PARTY CANDIDATE MAKES LATE RUN INTO PRESIDENTIAL RACE
Latest Polls Find Howard T. Ackerman Gaining Ground As "Screw 'Em All" Platform Continues to Resonate With Greater American Public
He may not be driving the "Straight Talk Express" or promising to deliver the "Change We Need," but Howard T. Ackerman and his controversial "Screw 'Em All" campaign has begun to pick up momentum as the candidate's blinding confidence in his own decision-making abilities and his indifference to the opinions of others is clearly winning over the American public.
Recent endorsers of the campaign include Fortune 500 companies such as Electronic Arts and GameStop, and various political bloggers and YouTube sensations, including the minds behind Barely Political, and the infamous "Ackerman tribute video today.
"I don't need any polls, town halls or some fancy schmancy debate with Kronkite-wannabes to tell me what Americans want," said Ackerman at a recent rally in Playa Vista, California. "A vote for me is a vote for the things every American lives for: capitalism, freedom and apple pie. Vote for me if you want to live."
Buoyed by the endorsements listed above, the unconventional, fully grassroots movement for Ackerman is now moving full steam ahead, with the first wave of Ackerman-approved campaign ads also beginning to hit online, including:
* "Screw 'Em All"
* "Hope is a Four Letter Word"
* "Attack Dogs"
For the uninitiated, the "Screw 'Em All" platform is built on Howard T. Ackerman's no-nonsense approach, instilled in him by his upbringing on a farm in rural Idaho. Some of the fundamental pillars of his campaign include:
* Ackerman on the Economy: "You have to spend money to make money."
* Ackerman on Defense: "The best defense is a good offense."
* Ackerman on Foreign Policy: "Do it to them before they do it to us."
* Ackerman on Illegal Immigration: "Two words: attack dogs."
Here are the three Ackerman promotional videos EA unveiled this week: