The Simpsons and the Presidency

July 5, 2007 at 1:25 pm 1 comment


The folks at the New Organizing Institute are running an amazing online organizing training this summer featuring Lisa Simpson, Maggie Simpson and other characters from the Simpsons and Stewie from the Family Guy. And, guess what?

They are all knee deep in the political muck to win the presidency. That explains the random “Lisa Simpson for President “messages you have been getting on Facebook.

NOI’s Summer Boot Camp is training the next generation of progressive activists to be the kind of digitally savvy operatives that we are going to need to reclaim America’s liberal tradition and move it into the 21st century.

Above is the banner for and below is a campaign ad by Mr. Burns criticizing the lack of military experience among his competitors.

You can get all the info on the candidates at NOI’s blog. Voting ends on Saturday, so step and make your voice heard!

Entry filed under: Advocacy, Blogs, Humor, New Media, Politics, Pop Culture, Video, YouTube.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Draft Homer  |  July 6, 2007 at 10:12 am

    For all you HOMER FANS: Visit our website and sign up to Draft Homer by helping him decide which issues matter to the people! Barack Obama, the AFL-CIO, and Jesus have already endorsed Homer Simpson, and he is by far the most qualified candidate in the race. He has held over 100 jobs in his lifetime that add up to real experience. Please Help Homer Now!!!


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