Sinbad Running for President in 2012 Election as Whig Candidate 

BENTON HARBOR, Michigan. — David “Sinbad” Adkins, 55, one of the most popular entertainers to come out of the 1980s, officially announced earlier this morning on ‘Sinbad Radio’ - Adkins’ podcast, that he was going to make a bid for the presidency this November as a member of the Whig political party. The stand-up comedian, famous for his clean, family-friendly humor, made it clear to his audience that the statement was, surprisingly, no joke. “Obama just ain’t cutting it,” Adkins exclaimed, “…there’s not a single candidate out there that represents the every man. Not a single one. I want to be that guy you can vote for and feel good about.”
Adkins, best known for his role in the Disney feature film, First Kid, stunned many fans and listeners with this sudden announcement. The popular funny man, who began his career on the hit series, Star Search, had never made his political opinions, or affiliation, known prior to the podcast’s latest episode. 
Sinbad’s patriotism, however, is not in question. Adkins served in the US Air Force as a boom operator aboard KC-135 Stratotankers. While having been assigned the 384th Air Refueling Wing at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Kansas, Adkins frequented the downtown comedy club to perform open-mic stand-up. After competing as a comedian and emcee in the USAF Talent Competition in 1981, Adkins decided to seriously pursue performing stand-up comedy as a career. Notably during his tenure within the US Air Force, Sinbad was nearly dismissed with a dishonorable discharge on multiple instances for misbehavior - including, at one point, going AWOL.
When asked if he would be seeking advice from his Jingle All the Way co-star, former-Governor of California - Arnold Schwarzenegger, Adkins replied, “You know, it worked well for him. It’d be like begging a baby for it’s building blocks. Just common sense if you ask me.”
Adkins will make history as the first member of the defunct-Whig party to run for a higher office since 1856. Whether or not he meets the success he’s currently striving for remains unknown. If the popularity of his fan base and podcast is anything to judge, then the GOP candidates currently seeking the Republican nomination, who’ve come under much scrutiny this political season, may as well throw in the towel - as even second place in the political race may be unobtainable. 

Sinbad Running for President in 2012 Election as Whig Candidate 

BENTON HARBOR, Michigan. — David “Sinbad” Adkins, 55, one of the most popular entertainers to come out of the 1980s, officially announced earlier this morning on ‘Sinbad Radio’ - Adkins’ podcast, that he was going to make a bid for the presidency this November as a member of the Whig political party. The stand-up comedian, famous for his clean, family-friendly humor, made it clear to his audience that the statement was, surprisingly, no joke. “Obama just ain’t cutting it,” Adkins exclaimed, “…there’s not a single candidate out there that represents the every man. Not a single one. I want to be that guy you can vote for and feel good about.”

Adkins, best known for his role in the Disney feature film, First Kid, stunned many fans and listeners with this sudden announcement. The popular funny man, who began his career on the hit series, Star Search, had never made his political opinions, or affiliation, known prior to the podcast’s latest episode. 

Sinbad’s patriotism, however, is not in question. Adkins served in the US Air Force as a boom operator aboard KC-135 Stratotankers. While having been assigned the 384th Air Refueling Wing at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Kansas, Adkins frequented the downtown comedy club to perform open-mic stand-up. After competing as a comedian and emcee in the USAF Talent Competition in 1981, Adkins decided to seriously pursue performing stand-up comedy as a career. Notably during his tenure within the US Air Force, Sinbad was nearly dismissed with a dishonorable discharge on multiple instances for misbehavior - including, at one point, going AWOL.

When asked if he would be seeking advice from his Jingle All the Way co-star, former-Governor of California - Arnold Schwarzenegger, Adkins replied, “You know, it worked well for him. It’d be like begging a baby for it’s building blocks. Just common sense if you ask me.”

Adkins will make history as the first member of the defunct-Whig party to run for a higher office since 1856. Whether or not he meets the success he’s currently striving for remains unknown. If the popularity of his fan base and podcast is anything to judge, then the GOP candidates currently seeking the Republican nomination, who’ve come under much scrutiny this political season, may as well throw in the towel - as even second place in the political race may be unobtainable. 


Sinbad Running for President in 2012 Election as Whig Candidate 

BENTON HARBOR, Michigan. — David “Sinbad” Adkins, 55, one of the most popular entertainers to come out of the 1980s, officially announced earlier this morning on ‘Sinbad Radio’ - Adkins’ podcast, that he was going to make a bid for the presidency this November as a member of the Whig political party. The stand-up comedian, famous for his clean, family-friendly humor, made it clear to his audience that the statement was, surprisingly, no joke. “Obama just ain’t cutting it,” Adkins exclaimed, “…there’s not a single candidate out there that represents the every man. Not a single one. I want to be that guy you can vote for and feel good about.”
Adkins, best known for his role in the Disney feature film, First Kid, stunned many fans and listeners with this sudden announcement. The popular funny man, who began his career on the hit series, Star Search, had never made his political opinions, or affiliation, known prior to the podcast’s latest episode. 
Sinbad’s patriotism, however, is not in question. Adkins served in the US Air Force as a boom operator aboard KC-135 Stratotankers. While having been assigned the 384th Air Refueling Wing at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Kansas, Adkins frequented the downtown comedy club to perform open-mic stand-up. After competing as a comedian and emcee in the USAF Talent Competition in 1981, Adkins decided to seriously pursue performing stand-up comedy as a career. Notably during his tenure within the US Air Force, Sinbad was nearly dismissed with a dishonorable discharge on multiple instances for misbehavior - including, at one point, going AWOL.
When asked if he would be seeking advice from his Jingle All the Way co-star, former-Governor of California - Arnold Schwarzenegger, Adkins replied, “You know, it worked well for him. It’d be like begging a baby for it’s building blocks. Just common sense if you ask me.”
Adkins will make history as the first member of the defunct-Whig party to run for a higher office since 1856. Whether or not he meets the success he’s currently striving for remains unknown. If the popularity of his fan base and podcast is anything to judge, then the GOP candidates currently seeking the Republican nomination, who’ve come under much scrutiny this political season, may as well throw in the towel - as even second place in the political race may be unobtainable. 

Sinbad Running for President in 2012 Election as Whig Candidate 

BENTON HARBOR, Michigan. — David “Sinbad” Adkins, 55, one of the most popular entertainers to come out of the 1980s, officially announced earlier this morning on ‘Sinbad Radio’ - Adkins’ podcast, that he was going to make a bid for the presidency this November as a member of the Whig political party. The stand-up comedian, famous for his clean, family-friendly humor, made it clear to his audience that the statement was, surprisingly, no joke. “Obama just ain’t cutting it,” Adkins exclaimed, “…there’s not a single candidate out there that represents the every man. Not a single one. I want to be that guy you can vote for and feel good about.”

Adkins, best known for his role in the Disney feature film, First Kid, stunned many fans and listeners with this sudden announcement. The popular funny man, who began his career on the hit series, Star Search, had never made his political opinions, or affiliation, known prior to the podcast’s latest episode. 

Sinbad’s patriotism, however, is not in question. Adkins served in the US Air Force as a boom operator aboard KC-135 Stratotankers. While having been assigned the 384th Air Refueling Wing at McConnell Air Force Base in Wichita, Kansas, Adkins frequented the downtown comedy club to perform open-mic stand-up. After competing as a comedian and emcee in the USAF Talent Competition in 1981, Adkins decided to seriously pursue performing stand-up comedy as a career. Notably during his tenure within the US Air Force, Sinbad was nearly dismissed with a dishonorable discharge on multiple instances for misbehavior - including, at one point, going AWOL.

When asked if he would be seeking advice from his Jingle All the Way co-star, former-Governor of California - Arnold Schwarzenegger, Adkins replied, “You know, it worked well for him. It’d be like begging a baby for it’s building blocks. Just common sense if you ask me.”

Adkins will make history as the first member of the defunct-Whig party to run for a higher office since 1856. Whether or not he meets the success he’s currently striving for remains unknown. If the popularity of his fan base and podcast is anything to judge, then the GOP candidates currently seeking the Republican nomination, who’ve come under much scrutiny this political season, may as well throw in the towel - as even second place in the political race may be unobtainable. 

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