How crazy of a night was it? So crazy that Keith Judd won a higher percentage of the vote in the West Virginia Democratic Presidential primary than Dick Lugar won in his Indiana Republican Senate primary. He's taking 40% of the votes, at last count.
Who is Keith Judd? Other than, you know, a federal inmate serving time in Texas? In March, the Houston Press said he claims:
... his mother was silent-movie star Lillian Russell, who died in 1922, and that he counts Star Trek, MASH and Gunsmoke among his favorite TV shows.
Judd, who either has the most rad, lustrous ponytail known to man, or was photographed while a chinchilla was sleeping on his shoulder, lists his religion as Rastafarian-Christian, and was formerly a member of both the machinists' union and the Federation of Super Heroes. He lists his father as Homer T Judd, who "designed the first Atomic Bomb." ...
And since Judd lists "ESP" and "telling the future" as his hobbies and talents, it seems that he, better than anyone, knows that he'd be able to deliver. Hail to the future chief!
It may surprise you to hear this about such an impressive candidate, but voters indicate they were making a statement against the incumbent more than voting for a federal inmate.