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May 2012



And now, a judge

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9 comments to And now, a judge

  • claygooding

    Support mode is in and spreading the word as fast as I can dance.

  • muggles

    Go Gary Johnson and Judge Grey!

  • This is the ticket I like!

  • darkcycle

    Okay, AFAIC that’s the ticket. Johnson/Grey for president. (If that won’t attract the stray Ron Paul voters, I don’t know what will. When Ron Paul is blocked from the Repugnican nomination. He likely will be, regardless of his level of support) I certainly hope he endorses Johnson. That is something that might actually make a dent in the Kabuki dance we will all be subjected to for the next year.

  • Servetus

    Speaking of other campaigns in the news, it’s the Libertarians versus the KKK:

    Ku Klux Klan imperial wizard Shaun Winkler, a white supremacist in Idaho running as a Republican for Bonner County sheriff, is defending his recent cross burning ceremony….”

    “Most people don’t know that we don’t just oppose the Jews and the Negroes,” he said, according to the Daily Bee. “We also oppose sexual predators and drugs of any kind.” [Emphasis added].

    The KKK must love the drug war and its collateral damage to black communities. The juxtaposition of sex predators and drugs is notable. We’ve seen it before. Could the KKK be where the trolls get their material?

    • Duncan20903

      What’s he worried about? The KKK has always had a strong reputation of being equal opportunity haters.

    • Cold Blooded

      I think the Klan supported prohibition back in the 20’s, too.

      • Duncan20903

        I have no problem seeing KKK members paying up for and wearing Harry J Anslinger “limited edition” hoods.

      • claygooding

        During the 30’s every politician from the south was a member of the Klu Klux Klan or their father and brother was,,or they didn’t get elected,,so when Anslinger and Hearst fed the politicians stories of black men standing up to whites and white women catching jungle fever,,from marijuana,,it was an easy pass.