It's not hard to see why Quintelex is upset.
Quintelex is the first extraterrestrial entity to run as a presidential candidate in US history.
It seemed like the Regulan's entrance to the race would successfully show the American commitment to diversity and civility in political discourse.
Then Democrats and Republicans started passing out tinfoil hats to prospective voters.
"It keeps their mind control rays from fusing your neurons," they explained as they gave them away, never mentioning Quintelex by name.
Quintelex maintains these election year tactics are a form of profiling. Both President Obama and Mitt Romney deny this. President Obama claimed that giving away tin foil hats was just another "unique jobs program developed by his administration. Someone has to make those tin foil hats," he maintained. Republican nominee Mitt Romney would only say, "I like shiny things."
Undaunted, Quintelex's team maintains that the tinfoil hats are evidence of polarizing partisan pejorative profiling.
To see if there is any truth to this accusation, this reporter interviewed Dr. Rhebus Downthenose of the Chicago Institute of Annoying Behavior.
"Dr. Downthenose," I asked, "is focusing on a candidate's planet of birth another form of profiling?"
"You see, you just had to ask that," he shouted and jumped up from behind his desk to double power-fist the air. "Your kind always does."
"My kind?" I asked incredulously.
"Yes, your kind. Sit down."
He pointed at a chair across from his desk.
I sat. My kind always did.
"So professor, is it true that the American people are profiling Quintelex just because he's an alien? If so, does he really have a fair chance?"
"You see, this?" he asked, holding his right index finger up in the air. "It is known in certain parts of Detroit as a passage opener, or nose-picker. Regulans do not have an index finger. Quintelex therefore cannot pick his own nose. He isn't like us."
"Why thank you, Dr. Downthenose. I think that answers my question."
"Where's you tin-foil hat?" he demanded.
"I'll be leaving now," I said as I got up from the chair and edged back toward the door.
His eyes narrowed.
"You have to protect yourself from their mind control rays," he said in a menacing tone.
He rose from the chair slowly; a look of manic intensity flushed his pinched face.
"They bombard us with their thoughts constantly. They take over our way of thinking. Always displacing our thoughts with theirs. You can't hide from them."
I closed the gently but firmly behind me. From behind the frosted glass I could hear the doctor ranting about how they were always bombarding our minds, displacing our thoughts with theirs.
The thing was, I wasn't sure if he was talking about Democrats and Republicans or aliens.
My cell phone rang.
It was that special ring reserved for out of state political telemarketers.
Constantly bombarding our minds. Replacing our thoughts with theirs.
Now that I think of it, how much difference is there between the thoughts of politicians and aliens?