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Eight reasons Rocky Anderson must run for a third term as mayor of Salt Lake City

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8. He’s still yet to debate Rush Limbaugh, Glen Beck, Michael Savage, Dr. Laura, Jim Rome or Bob & Tom.


7. Rocky III was the best Sly Stallone movie ever. Well, besides Demolition Man.


6. SLC will be overrun with sky bridges and water bottles.


5. It’s doubtful that Jenny Wilson or Dave Buhler could kick Dell Loy Hansen’s ass.


4. His Salt Lake City International Jazz Festival might become The Salty Town Hillbilly Hoedown & Monster Truck Rally.


3. Keith Christensen … C’mon, you didn’t think that endorsement was serious, did you?


2. His documentary needs a better ending than “And then Rocky took his PowerPoint presentation on tour to every Ramada Inn in the country.nn

1. What the hell will City Weekly write about if he doesn’t?

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