The only Republican presidential candidate offering real solutions to the challenges facing America's working families is None of the Above.

A New Direction in Iraq

None of the Above is the only Republican running for president who won't follow President Bush's failed strategy in Iraq, and who pledges to keep America safe by refocusing our efforts on winning the real war on terror.

Affordable Health Care

None of the Above is the only Republican candidate with a plan to ensure access to affordable health care to every American and stand up to the pharmaceutical companies.

Jobs and Fiscal Responsibility

None of the Above is the only Republican with a plan to restore fiscal discipline in Washington. None of the Above will not ship jobs overseas. None of the Above will repeal the Bush tax breaks for the richest one percent of Americans.

Energy Independence

None of the Above is the only Republican candidate who will lead America towards energy independence by refusing to pander to oil, gas, and energy lobbies, by which None of the Above has never been employed. None of the Above will never represent Saudi Arabia's oil ministry.

Ending the Republican Culture of Corruption

None of the Above is the only Republican candidate who will restore accountability in Washington. None of the Above won't head the legal defense fund of any convicted criminals, nor will he grant cabinet positions to anyone linked with government corruption or organized crime.

Providing Clear and Consistent Leadership

None of the Above is the only Republican candidate who refuses to pander to the right wing by flip-flopping on just about every issue imaginable, backing away from legislation that bears his name, or criticizing policy proposals without offering any alternatives.

In case you don't get it, it's a joke. We want None of the Above to get the Republican nomination for President. Ha! Supports getting out of Iraq, not part of the Culture of Corruption, never been a lobbyist, never flip-flopped. Clearly, None of the Above gets major support from Republicans for a reason. Again, it's a joke.