Keith Judd & Associated Press

Keith Russell Judd (born May 23, 1958) is an inmate at Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in Beaumont, Texas, and a perennial candidate for political office. The Associated Press is an American news agency. 4.0/5

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ok i have tried to refrain myself from doing this but just how dumb are Democrats. LOL Talking about casting votes without knowing or thinking about the "person" you are voting for. LOL Typical democratic voters screwed up in the head voting for people that should not be on the ballet. LOL President Obama is so unpopular with some West Virginia Democrats that they voted for a prisoner in yesterday's primary. A prisoner in Texas, no less. Keith Judd, who is serving a 17-year sentence at the Beaumont Federal Correctional Institution in Texas for making threats, actually, got nearly 41% of the vote against Obama in the West Virginia Democratic primary. Judd, whose inmate number is 11593-051, actually carried at least eight counties in West Virginia. "I voted against Obama," said Ronnie Brown, a 43-year-old electrician from Cross Lanes who called himself a conservative Democrat, told the Associated Press. "I don't like him. He didn't carry the state before and I'm not going to let him carry it again." .. ...
Just in case you are one of those who believes President Barack Obama is not easily beatable in the November election if the GOP just runs a competent campaign, Democrat voters in West Virginians are proving you wrong. In the Democratic primary, West Virginian voters registered their displeasure with President Barack Obama’s administration by flocking to the alternative candidate, Inmate No. 11593-051 at the Texarkana, Texas, Correctional Facility, Keith Judd. While Obama won his last election on the strength of his resume as a Nobel-Prize-winning community organizer (near as I can figure, that’s a guy who sells cookies and candy outside the grocery store), Judd comes to the table with a 17.5-year sentence for extortion. While Obama does have all those rumors going for him about threatening the Clintons and other Democrats to keep silent on his phony birth certificate, Judd’s long-term legal experience clearly lends him a credibility — dare we say gravitas — that West Virginians can respect. Wit ...
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