BOISE, Idaho - Congressman Ron Paul's political campaign tour stopped off in Boise, the town where potatoes were first invented hundreds and hundreds of years ago.
The native Texan told a crowd that had gathered in the parking lot of the local Burger Gal Diner that he is getting ready to hang up his political speech making shoes.
A male voice in the crowd hollered out, "No, don't do it Ron, we need ja, there ain't a one of us here dat is gonna vote for "Old Hairdo Boy" Romney.
Paul thanked the man and told him that it was sad that it had all come down to just who the heck has the best looking hair.
The congressman thanked all of the folks who had turned out to see him and he gave them each a coupon good for $5 off of anything on the Burger Gal menu.
The crowd cheered enthusiastically as Paul boarded the bus bound for Butte, Montana, the city where Sonny & Cher once visited back in 1968, during the town's Annual Purple Finch Races Festival.
While on the bus Mistletoe Bulova with The Political Drive Thru Window asked him what his plans were after he drops out of the race.
He smiled, as he licked on a double scoop pralines and cream ice cream cone and said that he plans to write a book on the underhandedness of modern day political campaigning.
When asked if he was talking about Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Herman Cain, and Rick Santorum he smiled and simply said that he would not mention any names but he would state their initials; R.S., H.C., M.R., and N.G.
He then added that he had received an email from Dancing With The Stars judge Len "The Grouchy Grouch" Goodman inviting him to be a dance contestant on the upcoming season.
SIDENOTE: The Texas congressman has said that he is seriously going to consider the Dancing With The Stars offer and winked as he said that he hopes he is paired with the sensuously talented Peta Murgatroyd who won this past season with Green Bay Packers wide receiver Donald Driver.