Aug 2, 2012
While voters look for "the next Ronald Reagan" to beat Obama at the polls, Los Angeles native Miss Cleo has been looking into America's future... and Miss Cleo knows.
Long believed to be a Caribbean shaman from Jamaica, the queen of psychic infomercials is famous for her own self-styled 'Oval Office', complete with wicker furniture, incense, candles, fake palm trees and a totally mystical vibe.
Californian Ronald Reagan may have been The Great Communicator, but could fellow L.A. icon Miss Cleo surpass even The Gipper's abilities?
Oprah Winfrey may have become famous as the Queen Of Talk, but could the powers possessed by "The Oprah of the Other Side" really see into the soul of the nation?
Miss Cleo could directly consult with America's founding fathers on their real intentions and desires regarding the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights over a cup of ganja tea.
Dat's one heck of a Tea Party, mon!
Those boring summit meetings with foreign presidents would be more exciting if we could watch Miss Cleo on TV, "gettin' real" with international leaders wearing her trademark headdress, psychedelic robe and Afro-Rasta jewelry collection.
"Dead people used ta come and talk ta me in me dreams when me was a little gal," said Miss Cleo. "Me mother wanted me to be an attorney, but me wasn't feelin' it all."
Is Miss Cleo feelin' da presidency, though?
With the year 2012 said to be either a time of new age enlightenment or the end of the world, who better to be elected the Leader Of Da Free World than a straight-shooting clairvoyant Rastapublican from La La Land?
While presidential candidates go on-and-on about how they will be the best at handling a "3 AM phone call", Miss Cleo has already welcomed millions of calls in the wee hours of the night by saying, "Call me NOW for your free readin'!"
With America at a crossroads, we need a president with vision, and Miss Cleo sees ALL, baby.
What better 2012 presidential candidate is there to vote for in this earthly dimension?
Some are now starting to demand that Miss Cleo be included in the presidential debates, and why not?
Certainly, the statewide coalition of marijuana shops in California would be happy to officially sponsor a "2012 Rastapublican Debate" with Miss Cleo's sassy predictions for each candidate's future on LIVE television.
Americans expect real answers, a few laughs, juicy scandals, and a couple of shocking revelations from their televisions, after all.
Besides, with the Oprah Winfrey Show off the air, there's a gaping void to fill --- and nobody can make America full of it like Miss Cleo.
Miss Cleo for President 2012