Monday, August 14, 2006

Dylan & Jason Endorse Political Candidate

Branching out into the political arena, they have cut an advertisement for 9-11 Denial candidate Matthew Horton Woodson. Woodson is running as an independent candidate, which means he'll be fortunate indeed to get 2% of the vote. He's got a couple of videos up on YouTube, but they all seem to bomb out after about a minute.

Anybody got any idea how many 9-11 Denial candidates there are? Besides Woodson, I know of Robert Bowman (Fl-15), and Samm Sammison (or something like that) (Fl-10). Sander Hicks was defeated in his quixotic quest for the Green Party nomination for US Senate from New York, and of course Cynthia McKinney is now researching her options.

19 Comments:

At 14 August, 2006 08:37, Blogger Good Lieutenant said...

Hmm.

"9-11 denying film school rejectees endorse my candidacy!"

Whew! That's a way to go mainstream - back the Green Party.

Doesn't really have an "electable" ring to it, does it?

 
At 14 August, 2006 08:48, Blogger Pepik said...

How can they lose now that polls show 143% of Americans believe that Cheney flew romote controlled missile firing drone holographs into the WTC?

 
At 14 August, 2006 10:44, Blogger CHF said...

I've been urging the Deniers to get political for a while now, since they've fooled themselves into believing that the LC boards are an accurate representation of the public.

It would be kinda funny, wouldn't it? They'd spend more time fighting amongst themselves (pruging "CIA agents") than attacking the OS.

 
At 14 August, 2006 10:49, Blogger Sword of Truth said...

What.... a Micheal Moore endorsement isn't enough of a kiss-of-death for some people?

 
At 14 August, 2006 11:11, Blogger Dog Town said...

This will be fun to watch.More money wasted on DO Overs Baaaaaad Ideas. I can't wait, to see their implosion! These kiddie followers are going to need raises in their allowance! Thank god most of them can't vote!

 
At 14 August, 2006 11:41, Blogger Avery Dylan said...

Like hey man, the election could be like stolen, from Woodson, and his flag could be like a false flag.

I mean, like election day is on a Tuesday, right?

Man, am I drunk on power. Wanna hold the microphone Jason? It's mine

 
At 14 August, 2006 12:59, Blogger default.xbe said...

wouldnt surprise me if do-over dylan was calling for Election Day: Second Edition: Final Recut (with Bonus Footage)on wednesday morning

 
At 14 August, 2006 13:40, Blogger Dog Town said...

What am I doing wrong here!
Trying to get bold!
I see the HTML tags.
EXample;
[b] words here[b]
I use <> on each side of b,instead of[]these,! Correct? It keeps saying tags not closed!!??
Looking at my example, what am I screwing up??

 
At 14 August, 2006 13:49, Blogger Pat said...

Dogtown, you need to close the tag with [/b], substituting the <> for [].

 
At 14 August, 2006 13:50, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

bold

 
At 14 August, 2006 13:51, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

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At 14 August, 2006 13:52, Blogger The Artistic Macrophage said...

type what i type, but leave out the spaces I have put in...

< b > bold < /b >

 
At 14 August, 2006 13:55, Blogger Dog Town said...

Cool Thanks guys

 
At 14 August, 2006 15:38, Blogger debunking911 said...

This is what it's about. This whole issue is politics. They don't give a damn about the truth.

 
At 14 August, 2006 15:57, Blogger Richard said...

This is what it's about. This whole issue is politics. They don't give a damn about the truth.

QFT. If it wasn't about politics they wouldn't try to peg everything on the current administration.

 
At 15 August, 2006 00:30, Blogger Pat said...

Well, we do get some of the Alex Jones type who think the Democrats and Republicans are just different sides of the same coin.

 
At 15 August, 2006 02:24, Blogger Good Lieutenant said...

Didn't Alex Jones do some scientology advocacy during his "spiritual" phase?

 
At 15 August, 2006 03:44, Blogger Pepik said...

Did he really? Can you back that up?

 
At 15 August, 2006 21:16, Blogger shawn said...

According to these Christian whackos he did.

The only sources I've found are religious nuts and Nazimed - I mean Indymedia.

 

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