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Kim Kardashian Ponders Politics And a Return to Her Ancestral Homeland, Glendale: VIDEO

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Tue, Apr 17, 2012 at 12:53 PM
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Kim Kardashian, ribbed on Saturday Night Live over the weekend as a non-acting, non-dancing, non-singing "zero threat," says she's going to run for mayor.

Mayor of Glendale.

Add one more non-skill to that plate.

On an unaired clip from her sister's reality show, Khloe & Lamar, Kardashian says she's gonna do it:

She tells her sister during a ride in a Range Rover, as Khloe continually interrupts her:

I decided I'm going to run for the mayor of Glendale. So, you have to, you know, have full residency in Glendale. So I'm trying to ... but so for real.

But wait, folks, this is more serious than a Kardashian wedding. Note that Glendale is about a quarter Armenian. And it's home to the shopping mecca, Americana at Brand.

It is a Kardashian homeland of Kate Spade, Tiffany and Barneys New York CO-OP.

Kim continues:

So Noel's going to head my campaign. It's going to be in like five years ... for Glendale. So I have to buy a house there. We have to have residency there. So Noel and I are looking into all the requirements. And I'm literally going to have a huge ... She's gonna help me with my campaign. It's like Armenian town. But I need to wait like five years.

Finally, in what will surely be her campaign slogan, Kardashian tells her sister:

You coulda parked right there.

Vote Kardashian: You coulda parked right there.

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