A Farewell to Tennessee’s Basil Marceaux

At the beginning of the primary for the governor of Tennessee, local television station gave each of the party’s main candidates two minutes to explain their platforms. First, he was a former Marine who introduced Reclined saying, “I am Basilio Marceaux.com, the Republican candidate for governor.” Everything went downhill from there.
Among the ideas Marceaux.com have to force everyone to carry a weapon, but “if you kill someone, however, kill you.” You are going to jail. “He pleaded for planting grass on all vacant lots In the state to sell gas and to stop all traffic stops.
Soon there was an “official” announcement more polite where Marceaux.com said it wanted to “make my problems. One of these problems, he participates in moving the Capitol Building from the Nashville Capital to Chattanooga as a method to clean the house, getting rid of “all the politics back room that has ruined our political agenda in Tennessee. “It was to remove the gold bands from all the flags to” fly the flag right “.
During a debate in Nashville, Marceaux.com and two other candidates, they tried to start by saying the oath of allegiance, but refused to say Marceaux.com because the flag had gold fringes. After an unsuccessful search for another flag, Marceaux.com has just left the room. When he returned, the entire contingent had to repeat the commitment to an image of the American flag on the cell phone of a member of the audience. And that’s when things get weird.
In addition to claiming that the Amerindians came from Asia and Greece and saying that he would kill thanks, Marceaux.com said he would round up anything that seemed Mexicans and sent south of the border. If they had a green card, he said, they might be allowed to come back. Throughout the event, Marceaux.com fell asleep on his podium because he said he has not slept for days.
But the news was not bad. Marceaux.com picked up two long segments on The Colbert Report and an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Unfortunately, this was not enough to propel him into the general election. This honor went to Bill Haslam, who face against Mike McWherter in November. But in a state in which two of the leading candidates made headlines for suggesting that Tennessee might consider secession (representing Zach Wamp) or that Islam is not a religion (Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey), everything was Certainly possible.

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