Sarah Jessica Parker should go ahead and add, “Also looking for a neurotic ass ginger who looks good in a business suit,” to the casting ad she’s going to post on Backstage to find a new Samantha, because it doesn’t look like Miranda Hobbes will be available for that third Sex and the City turd that only Carrie and Charlotte want.
As expected, Mrs. Rojo Caliente announced today that she’s going to try to take down Mr. Sandra Lee. Cynthia Nixon is running for Governor of New York against Andrew Cuomo. If you’re a New Yorker and screaming about how you’re sick of famous people running for office when they’ve never really had a job in politics before (see: Antonio Sabato Jr., Stacey Dash, etc…), then I need to tell you that a vote against Cynthia Nixon is a vote against Rojo Caliente becoming First Lady of New York and that is a vote against GOD, pretty much.
Just a couple of weeks after I started looking for studio apartment in Albany so that I can breathe in the same air as the First Lady of New York, her wife Cynthia Nixon tweeted a campaign video along with an official announcement for candidacy of governor in NY. The video is like a trailer for Girl on the Train (but with more gingerness and zero alcoholism. So Ginger on the Train basically). Cynthia tells us that she’s lived in NYC her entire life, and that something has to change, and that many New York kids are fucked nowadays thanks to the ones running the state. But more importantly, Cynthia Nixon’s campaign ad has not one, but two new Rojo Caliente sightings! One sighting is of Rojo playing with their son as Mrs Rojo folds something.
The other sighting is in the opening scene, which was a smart move. Cynthia Nixon definitely knew that everybody watching would immediately stop watching while saying, “No Rojo, no care”, if she wasn’t in the first 3 seconds.
— Cynthia Nixon (@CynthiaNixon) March 19, 2018
Cynthia Nixon will take on current NY governor Andrew Cuomo in the Democratic primary on September 13. Since she’s been an education activist for a while, her focus will probably be education, and also transportation (because apparently many citizens think the current state of transportation is messier than Sandra Lee’s white chocolate polenta). If Cynthia wins, she’d be the first female governor, as well as the first openly gay one. She would not be the first ginger governor of New York, because this dude already won that illustrious title.
Christine Marinoni (aka Rojo Caliente) was working in Mayor Bill de Blasio’s administration as a special adviser for community partnerships in the Department of Education, but she recently quit that $131,708-a-year job.
As of today, polls show that Cuomo is way ahead of Cynthia, but the race is still young. And whatever happens, Cynthia Nixon has already done right by the people in a major way by gracing our eyeballs with the flaming ginger perfection of Rojo Caliente! That is how you serve the people!