In a new clip from "Khloe and Lamar," Kim Kardashian expresses her interest in running for mayor of Glendale. And to prove it's not a publicity stunt, she says, "for real!". The LA Times says:
“I decided I’m going to run for the mayor of Glendale,” Kardashian said, later clarifying that “it’s going to be in, like, five years.”
But of course that means she would have to move from Calabasas to Glendale, which is about 40 minutes away from where she currently lives.
(Kardashian) said she would choose to run for office in Glendale “because it’s, like, Armenian town.”
It's more white than Armenian, but whatever rocks Kim's imaginary boat.
It would not be the first time a celebrity ran for political office in the state of California. Voters recently elected body builder Arnold Schwarzenegger to the governorship. After movie star Ronald Reagan was voted into the same post, he moved on to become president of the United States.
Well Arnie has a business degree from the University of Wisconsin-Superior, and Ronald Reagan had a degree in Economics from Eureka College. Kim's only degree was being a certified porn star. I'm sure Glendale will appreciate her doing things for their community and it's not installing stop signs or building community centers. I can imagine her meetings on reality TV showing her in a glitch, going "NO-wuh! Owhhh. My gawd, EWW-wuh! Are you sure people need, like, sewage systems? I thought it just, like, magically disappears into the toilet bowl-uh. This is sooo hard"
And apparently Kim's already got two supporters to back her up:
"I would support her. I think she would make an excellent mayor," city councilman Rafi Manoukian told E! News. And he's not the only one.
City councilman and former mayor Ara Najarian offered to make the reality starlet "honorary chief of staff to my office to help her get acquainted to Glendale," adding that he believes that her dream to run for political office is a "great idea."
Are these people for real? Is Glendale a real town?? We'll check back in five years.
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