Campaign staff for Zparkler for president surrounds the presidential candidate, wearing brown fur in the center, who seems unaffected by all the hoo-hah.
Zparkler is the alternative alpaca.
If you haven't a mind who to vote for in November, Zparkler will put an "A" in your bonnet ("A" for "alpaca"), and hay in your ear. This is one contender who can definitely win by a hair -- and a fuzzy one, at that. She is sweet, kind, gentle and ultimately practical and useful. Just look in those eyes -- she'd never lie about Social Security. And people who "spin" her stories really spin -- and weave and dye for her, too. She stands for an animal planet, where there is enough grain for all and harmony. Running swiftly on all fours on the pro-animal ticket, this girl is not just another pretty face. She's a celebrity in her own right (and therefore worthy of at least your vote). She was the model for the alpaca carving on the Nederland Carousel of Happiness. If that isn't endorsement-worthy, what is? Her 15 minutes of fame (farm?) are just beginning. And if she won't make you happy, nothing will.She was a huge hit among the yarn democracy demographics at the Labor Day weekend Estes Park Alpaca Market. And they say there is no alternative -- we have an alternative alpaca -- and you can call her "Al."
Put some Zparkle in your step this November and vote for Zparkler. People come from far and wide to visit with her, hug her, talk to her, and they always come away smiling. What other politician has that effect? And she won't kiss babies, unless they want her to.
Zparkler, like the professional she is, has her own business cards, bumper stickers and website -- Zparkler.com.
She is 100-percent Bolivian (she has her birth certificate), from the top bloodlines (related to only the best), with the full name of Zimppaly's Zparkler -- just right for ballot marking. Just put an "X" -- or "Z." At 5 (a wise age), she still has a fleece micron count of 19, and her sister, Lovey (3), has a micron count of 16. Sounds like secretary of state material, there, in name alone.
The ayes have it -- Bette B. Rittinger invites you to have a ranch-hall talk with this presidential candidate, whose alpaca hat runs rings around any others.For more information, see the ranch website at doublebrranch.com or call (303) 545-2187.
If this candidate is drafted, we'll never be out in the cold.