Funny or not, it's another piece of inconsequential egomania from the world's number one self-publicist. Don't be too sure that she gets the joke, either. This is a woman who has described herself as the "iconic blonde of the decade".
'none of the above' - reminds me of Brewsters Millions (the one with Eddy Murphy) - when he does a political campaign for citizens to vote for 'none of the above' and every one thinks he's actually proposing to run as a candidate, but he just wants people to turn up to vote, but to show that they're voting for no one, as no one is good enough.
Well this Paris thing could have been done by someone else, and she may end up running - I'd laugh if she did, and if I were a merkin, I'd probably vote for her too!