There are those who say we already have too many Republicans running for president. But a few believe we need Moore.

Roy Moore, you may recall, is the Ten Commandments judge who was removed at chief justice of Alabama in 2003 for refusing to remove his stone pillars from the courthouse. He subsequently lost two races to be governor of Alabama, the last time coming in fourth place in the Republican primary with only 19 percent of the vote.

Usually, a multiple loser would move on to practice law, or shuffleboard. But in the upwardly failing state of our politics, Moore believes his multiple defeats qualify him to be president — a ruling the Ten Commandments judge announced, appropriately enough, on the eve of Passover.

“I am forming an exploratory committee for the office of president of the United States,” he declared Monday on WHO, an AM radio station in Des Moines.

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