Well, RJR, Sr. is actually Kid Rock, the musician who took rap, mixed it with rock and added a country touch and in the process has built a brand and a personal fortune of approximately eighty million dollars. Ritchie has proven himself to be a marketing and musical genius and he was also a very avid supporter of Donald Trump, despite the boycotts thrown at him. He threw it right back and in the process gained a taste for politics, knowing that the way the country is headed, particularly in the standstill Senate, needs to be changed dramatically.
Should he gain the nomination and he has good odds for doing so, he will be running against another Democrat who tells her citizens one thing and then votes the other way once elected. Michigan hasn't had a Senator who had supported innovation in business and opportunity in many years, so why wouldn't a highly successful business entrepreneur be a welcome change.
Look, folks, I have no skin in this game since I live and vote in Florida and I in no way want to try and tell Michiganders what to do politically. But I do know this, if the Kid uses his talents as part of a hard charging campaign, and he promises to do just that, things could get real interesting come the Fall of 2018 in Wolverine and Spartan country. And you can bet he would be a big supporter of the President as our nation's leader tries to defy all odds stacked against him to make America great again.
I'm looking forward to the campaign songs already. And by the way, in case you don't know, Kid Rock really leans more to Libertarianism than he does to Republicanism and that's why he is the interesting personality that he is. And one last thing, if he is successful, he'll certainly be more entertaining than Al Franken. The Kid, a young forty-six, is an individual who will do what he determines to be right, not what any party will tell him to do. This could really turn out to be fun.