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WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 28:  Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) addresses a rally in support of Social Security in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill March 28, 2011 in Washington, DC. Sanders and four other Democratic senators, including Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), said the Republicans' entitlement reform plan will "dismantle Social Security, delay distribution of benefits to seniors."  (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Bernie Sanders

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It’s Monday, April 10th, 2016 which means the politics are coming! Wait, what!? Yep, those running and hoping to becoming the next President of the United States is coming to town. That means Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump will invade the nice city of Albany to try and get everyone on board to voting for them.

Bernie Sanders will hit up the Washington Armory around 11 o’clock Monday morning. Yes, the same venue where there’s been numerous stabbings, and other violations. Or for you wrestling fans, that the NXT show was at.

And later Monday night, Donald Trump will invade the Times Union Center. Where about 16,000 to 18,000 people can fill in and watch the Don talk about making America great again. Or for you wrestling fans, it’s where Raw and SmackDown are held at.

Now I’m not promoting either one of these candidates, I don’t want that on my head.

But it’s good to see these two fighting it out so close to my home. I agree with both of these guys, at some things, but disagree with other things.

For one I’m all for making America great again, and crappy looking hats. And on the other side, I’m all for Larry David.

I know that all eyes will be on this town of Albany I live in. And people will talk about how these possible future Presidents visited the capital of New York State.


All they’re doing is holding a convention in which people who are already supporting them will attend. They’re not going door to door, they’re not inviting people who don’t like them. They’re pushing their ideas on people who already believe in their ideas.

A few days ago, Ted Cruz came to town. And the local news showcased some guy who sat across the venue in a lawn chair holding a sign that read to the affect he is a Donald Trump fan.

Is that all my local news will talk about when these two come to town? Will they just talk about the fluff story? Or will there be more to it?

Probably not. Just showcase how people are going nuts over Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders. How people are saying things should change, yet, they’re being part of the problem.

Oh, politics. They make wrestling seem less weird.