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Jack (Who is called Jack) Funny Bumper Stickers-Second Edition! (118* d) RE: Funny Bumper Stickers-Second Edition! 20 Sep 99


I don't know if I put this in the last bumper sticker thread.

About 10 years back, David Duke (remember him) ex-imperial Wizard of the Klu-Klux-Klan, claimed he had 'changed his tune', he tried to run for Guv'ner of the great state of Louisiana as a member of the Repubican . The Louisiana constitution calls for an open primary with the top two finishers to fight it out in the general election. Well much to the chagrin of the GOP, and mortification of old G.W. Bush in his taxpayer funded digs up on Pennsylvania Avenue, Mr. Duke managed to finish second behind the right honerable Democratic Ex-Guv, one Edwin Edwards, who's history of self-serving patronage and corruption in office had attained a legendary status on the delta second only to Huey Long. So come November, the good citizens of Louisiana had managed to put themselves in the unenviable position of having to choose between a Klan Wizard (The Hood) or a political criminal (The Crook). The running joke was 'Who ya gonna vote for, The Hood or The Crook".

Which gave rise to the greatest political bumper sticker in the history of american politics IMHO.

Vote for the Crook--Its Important!


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