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Various election results/implications

Discussion in 'News' started by Smart, Dec 13, 2004.

  1. Smart

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    Various election results/implications

    Discussion started by Smart - Dec 13, 2004

    Source:News of the Weird

    In underreported November election returns: Notorious Florida radio shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge Clem lost his race for Pinellas County sheriff, and his Tampa radio competitor "Dave the Dwarf" Flood lost for a conservation-panel seat (but each got nearly 30 percent of the vote).

    The mayor of Arvin, Calif., Juan Olivares, was arrested the day before polls opened, charged with child molesting. (Voters ousted him.)

    Peter Stevenson, losing candidate for Vermont lieutenant governor, appeared at the only televised debate with a fake arrow through his head and blood on his clothes.

    Bruce Borders won, becoming the Indiana General Assembly's only Elvis impersonator.

    Losing Pennsylvania congressional candidate Arthur Farnsworth, who ran on an anti-tax platform, was arrested three days after the election for tax evasion.
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Dec 14, 2004

    heh heh
     
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    Verbal Kint - Replied Dec 14, 2004

    awesome
     
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    SteveAustin - Replied Dec 14, 2004

    at least he practiced what he preached.
    thats dedication.
     
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    Smart - Replied Dec 15, 2004


    This guy... the blood is a bit too much for me but, without it, the whole bit is WAY an homage to Steve Martin and that alone would have won my vote... espescially if he'd run on a "small" government agenda!
     
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