The returns are coming in and it looks like "cold cash" Jefferson may not make it!!
Stupidity won, he's in the runoffs
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — U.S. Rep. William Jefferson overcame the stigma of a federal bribery indictment in Louisiana's Democratic primary on Saturday, garnering enough votes in his New Orleans-based congressional district to secure a spot in a Nov. 4 runoff.
Jefferson, seeking his 10th term in Congress, faces a December trial on charges that he took bribes, laundered money and misused his congressional office for business dealings in Africa
Jefferson advances to a Nov. 4 runoff. A victory then would put him in a Dec. 6 general election in the heavily Democratic district against a little-known Republican.
BD....please EXCUSE me...I forgot this thread, man!
Reading: Deathbringer by Bryan Smith.
Listening: In the car going to and from work yesterday, was jamming out to Rob Zombie's Educated Horses (hiis latest release).
Watching: Right now...Fox News while having my morning coffee.
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