Imperato thinks Mayor Bloomberg will endorse him

I’d sort of forgotten about Daniel Imperato for a while. A quick search of his website revealed no sign of the much anticipated papal endorsement, but it did indicate that Imperato is “anticipating” the endorsement of Mayor Michael Bloomberg. From Imperato’s press release:

A quote by Mayor Bloomberg suggests he is considering supporting a true, non-partisan independent: “If a candidate takes an independent, non-partisan approach - and embraces practical solutions that challenge party orthodoxy - I’ll join others in helping that candidate to win the White House.”

So Mr. Imperato is reaching out to Mayor Bloomberg once again to gain that support. The timing comes during the same week that Ralph Nader reentered the presidential race joining Imperato as the only other independent running. Imperato welcomed Nader’s entry and invite Mr. Nader to a debate. “Perhaps we can get Mayor Bloomberg to moderate,” Imperato suggested.

Imperato would also like to see Bloomberg or former Congressman Bob Barr as his running mate:

That has qualified him to earn both the trust and respect of many leading independents like Mayor Bloomberg, former Congressman Bob Barr and others that Imperato suggested would make great running mates for the November election.

Once again, it’s time for the world famous Imperato Rap:

26 Responses to “Imperato thinks Mayor Bloomberg will endorse him”

  1. Brent Burk Says:

    Oh…wow.

  2. bump Says:

    A guy who is running for the LP nomination wants the nanny stater Bloomberg to be his VP. Is he for serious?

  3. Paulie Says:

    http://www.lyricsmania.com/lyrics/kool_keith_lyrics_3049/

  4. Jeff Wartman Says:

    A guy who is running for the LP nomination wants the nanny stater Bloomberg to be his VP. Is he for serious?

    No. It’s common knowledge that Imperato has some sort of mental problem.

  5. Wes Benedict Says:

    Steve,

    In slow news times I think these kinds of posts keep your readers entertained. However, I think there’s enough serious news currently to entertain us (not to mention some of the more entertaining commenters) that you’d be doing this site and its readers (and yourself of course in case Ayn Rand is reading this from the grave) a service by avoiding these quackery topics. Of course, that’s just my opinion. You’re certainly free as the owner of this site to post another dozen sex toy and Imperato articles.

  6. Paulie Says:

    No. It’s common knowledge that Imperato has some sort of mental problem.

    I think he’s crazy like a fox.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vincent_Gigante#Gigante.27s_Greenwich_Village_Crew

  7. Sebastian Says:

    Who is the Reform Party going to endorse?

  8. Paulie Says:

    And what about the Prohibition Party?

  9. Stefan Says:

    Right category: humor/satire. Wow so he qualifies for Bloomberg’s ideal candidate as he (Imperato) is deviating from the party he recently joined only? He sought the candidacy of the Greens earlier according to wikipedia. Hilarious. The pope has not and will also never endorse any political candidate, he should know that as a Catholic. What is the next issue he will come up with? Burlosconi endorsing him for the LP nomination? :-)

  10. Paulie Says:

    Hey, endorsements by Mahatma Gandhi are a dime a dozen, but what candidate besides Imperato can claim a posthumous endorsement by John Gotti?

  11. Brian Says:

    I assumed that’s why the pope was visiting the U.S. so he could endorse Imerato.

  12. BillTX Says:

    Stephen, don’t listen to Wes. Impewacko was the main reason I even found TPW, and your reporting on his hilarious, insane antics provides some much needed comic relief. Plus, Impewacko is a very important tycoon who knows George Clooney and the Pope.

  13. Geoffrey the Liberator Says:

    NEWS FLASH - IMPERATO MEETS WITH POPE

    Daniel Imperato meets with the Pope, leader of the Vatican, where they share their common vision of independent parties across the Atlantic. This morning, the Pope met Daniel Imperato, candidate for presidency in the United States, who was miraculously in the same New York City elevator.

    Imperato, whose family is originally from Sicily, is the head of a “well known” yet secret holding group with interests in real estate and online publishing. In fluent German and Latin, Imperato explained how he was the grand knight of the order of the “Orden Bonaria” that supports projects from emerging countries, like the Vatican. Mr. Imperato is also a certified knight of Malta: http://www.imperato2008.com/imperato2008/images/maltacert.jpg

    ‘’Daniel Imperator’s ideology the Pope explained is similar to ours since Imperato dynasty comes originally from South of Italy and following the American dream has achieved the state of well known business man, in this moment politically engaged to support in US the Italian tradition and Catholic values.”

    Daniel Imperato, underlining his origin, has foreseen a fructuous collaboration with the Pope saying that:” he admired the determination and savory in leading political negotiation during a red hot campaign.” “Naturally - Imperato added - this collaboration must be enlarged to the economic sectors in such a way that American businessmen can invest in the church.

    Upon leaving, the Pope gave Mr. Imperato a “souvenir” certificate from the Vatican’s visitor center - a copy of which can be found here: http://www.imperato2008.com/imperato2008/images/Vatican-Certificate-2.jpg

  14. Mike Theodore Says:

    seriously?
    I find it odd that with Imperato, it seems he’s running as an Independent one day, Green the next, and is finally swirling in the outer depths of Libertarian politics.
    May God shed mercy on us all.

  15. Paulie Says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Money_laundering

  16. BillTX Says:

    Geoffrey The Liberator:

    I can’t tell if what you posted was a real Impewacko press
    release or a parody.

  17. Paulie Says:

    Is there a difference?

  18. Lex Says:

    Like him or not, there are a few hundred million reasons why Imperato would make the best LP VP candidate in a long time….

  19. Libertarian Breaking News Says:

    Itch gets out of Promises on May 1.

  20. Paulie Says:

    May Day on the front line!

  21. Andy Says:

    Wow, just when I thought that Imperato couldn’t get anymore nutty, he tops himself. I’m impressed.

  22. Cody Quirk Says:

    “...This morning, the Pope met Daniel Imperato, candidate for presidency in the United States, who was miraculously in the same New York City elevator.”

    LOL!

    Is this serious?! It sounds like he’s running his campaign like a Leslie Nielsen movie!

  23. Paulie Says:

    Gigante’s Greenwich Village Crew

    Vincent was an ex-professional boxer who weighed close to three hundred pounds. On May 2nd 1957 he was ordered by Vito Genovese to murder Frank Costello. Vincent shot Costello as he entered the lobby at 115 Central Park West on the corner of 7nd Street. But just as Gigante fired his .38-caliber handgun, Costello moved, causing the bullet to graze the right side of his head. Because Costello went down as if he was dead, Gigante thought the mob boss was dead and sped away in a black Cadillac. Costello refused to identify his attempted assassin, yet the doorman at 115 Central Park West did. But when tried for the shooting, his defense team effectively challenged the credibility of the doorman, and Gigante went free. Gigante could pull off many miracles, though his favorite ploy was the “bug act”, pretending to be punch-drunk from his boxing days. Even when not under indictment, he prepared for those inevitable times (knowing the police watched him) by picking up cigarette butts off the street and smoking them, gesturing wildly in the air, having long, loud arguments with himself, or dropping his pants to urinate in the street. But associates knew that Gigante was not psychotic, he was a shrewd businessman and a cold, cunning, merciless contract killer.

  24. Catholic Trotskyist Says:

    I admire Daniel Imperato as a fellow member of the fringes of politics. However, this is Obama’s year, not Imperato’s, and I hope that even Imperato will realize soon that Obama is the pope’s true favorite candidate.

  25. Dave Williams Says:

    “You’re certainly free as the owner of this site to post another dozen sex toy and Imperato articles.”

    I agree Wes, more…more…more… this site is fun & informative.

  26. No Longer a Reform Party Member Says:

    The Reform Party of Pennsylvania endorsed Doctor Ron Paul in 2007. The reform movement is as dead as Unity08, but still pretending to be viable!

Leave a Reply