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Standing Up for the Little Guy

(Warren Rojas/CQ Roll Call)
(Warren Rojas/CQ Roll Call)

Want a president who is a proven job creator?

Meet entrepreneurial sports entertainer Steve Richardson.

While fans of Spike TV’s uproarious reality series, “Half Pint Brawlers,” probably know him by his stage name “Puppet the Psycho Dwarf,” the mastermind behind the budding dwarf wrestling empire tells HOH that he’s ready for the big show: running the free world.


Richardson said he’s running for president this cycle because he’s tired of little people being treated as if they were handicapped and wants to set an example for his children.


Things only got more politically incorrect after that, as Puppet unleashed several rounds of organized chaos that spread from the ring to the bloodthirsty crowd and beyond.

Some in attendance were put off by the delayed start time; the two scheduled bouts finally got under way just more than an hour past the advertised go time. Other, perhaps still locked in Olympics mode, were unimpressed with the pre-scripted entanglements.

“I thought they were going to be wearing singlets and, you know, actually grappling,” one seemingly heartbroken attendee shared.

For her, the night turned out to be too little and much too late.

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