Why should you support Mike Cox? See also this Mike Cox. Mike Cox has gotten really big lately since the gubernatorial race started.
JSLAB sent me a message requesting/demanding that I do something about Arizona Governor Jan Brewer’s recent gaffe. A few hours later, I finished this campaign commercial, highlighting Brewer’s pause and warnings about beheadings in Arizona.
Until yesterday, I lived in Arizona, and I can personally say that I have not been beheaded once. Still, just to be safe, I’ll be going to Vegas tomorrow to meet up with my brother, and we’ll be driving to Michigan.
This is a collection of clips from everyone’s favorite politician, Basil Marceaux (DotCom). He wants you to carry a gun. He wants you to sell grass. He wants you to have a nice day!
As of this writing, Basil MarceauxDotCom is polling apparently polling around 1%, for the gubernatorial election in Tennessee, which means he’s not beating the margin of error, but it also means that, when pollsters asked people who they were voting for, somebody said Basil MarceaxDotCom (or just Basil Marceax).
In his own words:
“I’m Basil Marceaux.com, the Republican candidate for governor. I’d like to recall all permits and registrations for guns. Everyone carry guns. If you kill someone though, you get murdered, you go to jail. And, uh, I’d like to put… plant grass or vegetation across the state or any vacant lot, and sell it for gas, so we can use it, use it for our expenses.
Also I wanna remove all gold fringed flags from the state, and fly the real flag with three stripes. I also want to stop traffic stops. Set it up like the Supreme Court ruled in Knowles versus Iowa – you can’t find innocent car, you can’t look. I want youse all to vote for Basil Marceaux. I want you to say a pledge of allegiance to a republicdom in the morning when you come out, and we all pray to God… and say Amen… and… everyone have a nice day. And I’ll see y’all at the polls.
Thank you… Have a nice day.”
Text from the video:
A claim of an affair with married South Carolina gubernatorial candidate Nikki Haley is being made by fellow Political Blogger Will Folks. Well folks, Will Folks, will haha, will folks/well folks.
Will Folks is claiming that he, himself, had inappropriate physical contact with the politician. It’s not known whether or not the political blogger is telling the truth about having sex, but a piece of evidence to the contrary has recently surfaced: He is a political blogger.
We political bloggers don’t get out much. Except me. I could tell ya some stories, but I don’t like to kiss and tell.
Not wanting to be associated with the nerd, Nikki Haley has categorically denied that the affair ever happened. BURN!
That kind of rejection HURTS. I’m sorry Will, that’s got to be about as painful as that time my ex tried to convince me that
To try to lend credibility to his claim, Folks has released a series of text messages with people close to the campaign who allegedly knew about the affair.
Whether or not it’s true, it’s looking a bit like this is just a sick publicity stunt. Look Will, whether or not it happened, try not to brag about it, okay? Some things are meant to be kept private. They’re not meant for the hundreds of thousands of people who are flocking to your blog to find out about this. Hundreds of thousands of people.
I have a confession to make! I, Kevin Breen, from FAILocracy.com, have also had sex with a politician. It was… ummm.
I’ll even send a text message to prove it.
While we’re waiting to hear back from that, let me tell you that I’m not about to do a bunch of media interviews about this, okay. I’m not some publicity whore who’s just going to go around posting his contact information to get interviews, all right?
Oh, got a text back.
Ummm… okay, well, that doesn’t really prove anything, but I haven’t heard Ron Paul denying it either, so we’ll just leave it there for now. If you want to find out more about this, check out my blog, and tell your friends and neighbors and politicians to do the same.