The South Florida Sun-Sentinel today has a feature on this year’s Boston Tea Party presidential nominee, saying that “when he loses, Charles Jay loses big. … The number of votes Jay won in the three states in which he was on the ballot — Florida, Colorado and Tennessee — topped 2,300. In Florida, he took 791 votes, 35 in Broward.” The newspaper says the BTP is “an offshoot of the Libertarian Party, which advocates less government.” Jay “learned about the party only recently. ‘I was just surfing around one day on the Internet and happened to come upon their Web site,’ he said. ‘I said, “All right, this might be fun, let me put my hat in the ring to run for this nomination.”‘” Jay, who was the Personal Choice Party presidential candidate in 2004, says he is not likely ot run for president again.