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Robenson forr Congres

North Carolina’s favorite far right, “have election will travel,” candidate-for-life, Vernon Robinson has a new website promoting his latest campaign for office — this one in the tentatively redrawn 8th congressional district.

Apparently, however, Robinson slapped the site up so fast that he forgot to do a spellcheck. Either that, or Robinson has been dreaming too much of late about becoming a philosopher-king.

2 Comments


  1. James

    August 23, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    What an idiot.

  2. J. Grooms

    August 23, 2011 at 6:05 pm

    Man, that’s one of my pet spelling peeves: reigning vs. reining. That’s even worse than screwing up the It’s vs. Its distinction. Maybe he’ll take the hint and spel gooder fum now onn.

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