In the course of that campaign, McMillan was at one point tied to a tree and doused with gasoline;  he later climbed the Brooklyn Bridge and refused to come down from it unless television stations broadcast his message. McMillan next ran for Governor of New York in by traveling from his home in Brooklyn through upstate New York to Buffalo on foot, staying in homeless shelters along the way; he had planned to walk back to Brooklyn, but an injury in Rochester led to him taking a bus home. However, he put very little effort into the Democratic petitions, and the vast majority of the 13, signatures bearing his name were collected by Randy Credico , who had partnered with McMillan for a joint Democratic petition. Credico, in response, called McMillan a "jack-off" and a "sorry ass", accusing him of "working against me", "turn[ing] in a wagonload of blank pages and then [leaving] Albany in brand new automobiles. During an appearance at a gubernatorial debate in which McMillan figured prominently, he stated his views on gay marriage, by saying "The Rent Is Too Damn High Party believes that if you want to marry a shoe, I'll marry you.
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