Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Jack Kevorkian for Congress?

Well, he wants to be on the ballot

PONTIAC, Mich. - Assisted suicide advocate Jack Kevorkian is planning to run for Congress in Michigan. Kevorkian is on parole since being released from prison last year.

He tells The Oakland Press newspaper that he plans to run without party affiliation for the congressional sea now held by Republican Joe Knollenberg.

He doesn't have a chance in hell, but it'll make the race more interesting.

1 comment:

Matt Wiemer said...

Just what we need a compassionate mass murderer in congress. I'm sure he would enjoy killing bills. At leat they wouldn't suffer a slow and painful death like Michigan is under the guidance of Grahnholm, Levin and Stabusnow.