Since petitioning the Supreme Court to disregard term limits in January 2008, Chavez has been unofficially campaigning by dominating news coverage, garnering headlines, and literally plastering his name and face on city issues and objects on the city’s dime.
Well, the dime’s up on that tawdry peep-show. And now that he’s going “official” the currently nauseating level of Paris Chavez coverage will likely hit a fever pitch. Already averaging at least 3:1 mentions over the legitimately declared candidates for Mayor we’re in danger of being exposed to even more gratuitous mentions of every portly move he makes or makes-up.
Brace yourselves – this “I see you, but you can’t see me” toilet may well be the jumping off point for the sitting Mayor’s campaign (pun intended). Turn that glass around and it’ll be, “You see me, but I can’t see you!” Allll the way through to October.