Nobody Interviewed on WASR-AM in Wolfeboro, NH

Talk show host Eric Scott had Nobody on his show on WASR-AM/FM in Wolfeboro for an hour last week and we captured it for you to watch. Enjoy and visit ElectNobody.com and be sure to vote for Nobody for Governor in the Republican primary on Sept 8th in New Hampshire.

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21 Comments

  1. Man, he is really suffering the effects of all his drug use through the years. Isn’t that the same shirt he wore when he did the debate a while ago?

    You can clearly see he is not physically well and obviously he doesn’t take care of himself.

    Who would vote for a mess like that?

  2. Well then at least you could instead vote for Nobody. Get it Jacks?

  3. Jacks: If you don’t like the candidates you should probably vote for Nobody! Or maybe run yourself? Ohh wait, that’s right you can’t. You don’t even live in New Hampshire.

    It’s also a bit disingenuous of you jacks to call Nobody out given his age and the fact MOST candidates are in less than stellar health relative to somebody IDK in there 20s.

  4. kk – The man is a walking train wreck. His past history and current history of drug abuse is well known. He wears it like a badge of honor. Those years of drug abuse are taking a toll on his body and it is very noticeable.

    To say most candidates are in less then stellar health is ridiculous. Looking at candidates through out NH, they all look in pretty good shape. No one is going to vote for a drug abuser with no political experience and poor health.

    It’s sad freekeeners have to embarrass themselves with these ridiculous antics of running for office, It’s an embarrassment to New Hampshire.

  5. Well I think Nobody is doing pretty good if the biggest problem Jumping Jacks has with him is his health.

    And since Nobody wants to pardon all prisoners of victimless crimes, I’d vote for him even if he was in hospice.

    You know whats an embarrassment to New Hampshire? Being the Live Free or Die state and having a governor who refers to himself as “His Excellency” and threatens everyone to wear masks or else.

  6. I think attacking a candidate for their weight, and implying he’s unfit for office because he has a few extra pounds, is pretty insensitive. It’s like attacking somebody for being poor, like, oh, you must not be any good at managing money, or you’d have more of it. If some people got all the government they clamor for, expressing anti-fat remarks or attitudes like that would be treated as a criminal offense.

  7. The idea that fat people are lazy is an old stereotype little different than offensive racist stereotypes.

  8. starchild – RNP has made it known for a number of years he is a chronic drug abuser. Now you can see the physical effects of years of drug abuse. Since his health is not that good, how can he be governor? This is only the beginning. His health will get worse and worse until he gets help.

    Look at Ozzy Osborne. Years of serious drug and alcohol abuse has left him practically catatonic. He can barely communicate, has a flash point temper, short term memory loss, and a metabolic mess

    RNP should be worrying about his health and not trying to make an ass of himself with this farce of running for governor. Who wants to elect a governor that can’t take care of himself. If he can’t take care of himself, he will never be able to take care of NH.

  9. Ozzy Osbourne is 71 years old and has been diagnosed with Parkin Syndrome, a genetic disorder.

  10. JJ “The man is a walking train wreck. His past history and current history of drug abuse is well known.”

    I am aware Nobody has used drugs, but then again, I don’t know anybody whose been drug free their entire life. The laws mandate all sorts of drug use jacks. Nobody recognizes the harm and is trying to get rid of these pesky laws.

    “He wears it like a badge of honor. Those years of drug abuse are taking a toll on his body and it is very noticeable.”

    I know that Nobody supports marijuana decriminalization and for that matter decriminalization of all drugs because that’s the moral thing to do. That doesn’t make him a drug abuser any more than any of the other politicians. Nobody is getting up there in age though and like most politicians of his age he’s not as well spoken as he once was. It hardly makes him a terrible candidate. In fact he’s one of the few decent candidates we have to vote for.

    “To say most candidates are in less then stellar health is ridiculous.”

    Lets see, do we vote for the rapist, wait, which one, most of them are guilty on that one, or the majority or are going to be passing away in the next 10 years??? I think I’ll pick the later assuming they’ll uphold my rights and try and stop the government from further abusing people.

    “Looking at candidates through out NH, they all look in pretty good shape. ”

    So now you are saying Nobody is in good shape? Just amazing jacks. I think you have a hard time keeping your story consistent. You may be experiencing dementia. It might be worth looking into that. Then again never mind. If you have dementia you won’t remember what you said five seconds ago anyway. That would explain a lot of our conversations on this forum.

    “No one is going to vote for a drug abuser with no political experience and poor health.”

    Really Jacks? Considering that most politicians in NH aren’t career politicians it seems you are adequately misinformed. Not to mention if you can’t get elected without prior experience nobody could ever get elected.

    “It’s sad freekeeners have to embarrass themselves with these ridiculous antics of running for office, It’s an embarrassment to New Hampshire.”

    Not really jacks. We got about 20 representatives in the house. Why would that be embarrassing if the tactics work?

  11. But Intrigare, Jacks is a doctoral candidate who can diagnose virtually any serious medical condition, even from just a few YouTube videos. Combine that with his exclusive access to all of the latest medical periodicals, and it would be absolutely criminal to doubt his prognosis, wouldn’t it?

  12. Yes Silvia I’m sure he’d want me thrown into a cage for life for that one, right next to all the pot smokers and webmasters of non-government-approved websites.

    That means he cares about our health, right? Just like His Excellency.

  13. It must be about the health! Jacks couldn’t possibly just be a control freak out to prove his adversaries wrong through lies and manipulation!

  14. Yep. Jacks and his kind are absolutely determined to kill us with their brand of kindness. I suppose they know what’s best, though. Especially the ones with doctorates. We should be grateful they choose to talk to us at all, huh Intrigare?

  15. Yes well one too many “munchkin”s ruined that for us, now didn’t it Silvia? Do you think Jack’s will ever let us back out of the dog house for that one?

  16. kk – You can defend him all you want. He is a medical time bomb. Your twisting my words around does not support your statements. You can clearly see the effects of the drugs on his body.

    It’s interesting to see freekeeners try to defend his behaviors and act like nothing is wrong and I am pleading for him to get medical attention so he can have a better life. How running for “governor” takes priority over one’s own health is beyond me.

    I suggest you do a lot more studying of drug and alcohol abuse and how it affects the body in the long term.

  17. Hmmm is “medical time bomb” a term you went over in med school Jumping Jacks?

  18. Lol, Intrigare. Jacks does have a way with words, doesn’t he?

    As for Jacks forgiving us? Don’t count on it. He strikes me as one of those weirdos who holds grudges forever.

  19. i finally know who rich looks like: a combination of Rasputin and rumple stilskin

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