Saturday, January 24, 2004

Together We Will Defeat the ZOG!!!

NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke, in federal prison after pleading guilty to mail and tax fraud, is considering a run for Congress when he is released this year, his secretary said Friday.

Roy Armstrong said Duke is considering entering the race for the seat of Republican Rep. David Vitter. In 1999, Duke finished third in the primary for that seat.
Duke, whose telephone privileges are limited, could not be reached for comment.

Duke would not be the first convicted felon to run for federal office. For example*, James Traficant, a former Ohio congressman convicted of bribery and racketeering charges, unsuccessfully ran for a House seat from prison in 2002.

*Or George W. Bush for another...
Anyhow, hopefully this goon won't be elected.


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