NEW YORK CITY - Nielson statistics showed that only very few Americans watched the Republican debate on Bloomberg TV two nights ago. Even fewer DVR'd it.
A spokesperson For Bloomberg TV said, "The number of Americans who watched the Republican debate on Bloomberg's Network are the same Americans who are still following Major Leagues Baseball's 2011 playoff season."
According to the Nielson's ratings, most Americans were busy watching Hank Williams Jr. make a fool of himself on national television throughout many talk show circuits.
"Hank's story was so big that the You Tube website eventually crashed because of the amount of traffic he brought with his name," a Nielson spokesperson commented.
Even founder and CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg said no story was 'shared more than Hank Williams Jr.'s meltdown. Some have called Hank William Jr. the Charlie Sheen of the month.'
Vice President Joe Biden even chimed in and said that Hank Williams Jr. 'is an American hero,' and was 'proud people stopped caring about Republicans fighting over each other.'
In light of the new ratings, the Bloomberg Network has decided to stick to what it knows best, making New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg richer not famous.