Penn Jillette doesn’t want ‘a great leader’ as president

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2 thoughts on “Penn Jillette doesn’t want ‘a great leader’ as president

  1. Arthur Torrey

    I’ve always said that Penn & Teller should run – they have an automatic great campaign slogan –

    “Vote for me, and make the IRS (or other gov’t agency) disappear – FOR REAL!”

    ART

  2. Spence

    I could possibly see Drew Carey run for Mayor somewhere here in Cali, not Penn and Teller. I see more going for him, but he’s got no real incentive to right now.

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