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Republican Candidate in TN Fears One Big Detroit

6. August 2004 • Dumi Lewis
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Since it’s the season of primaries, you may have missed a little race in Tennessee.
James L. Hart
managed to be the only Republican on the congressional ticket and won a “Republican” nod. So what’s the issue? Hart advocates for eugenics and hopes to limit the less favored races in the US. Hart fears if the US continues to let immigrants, the poor, and their genes flow freely the nation will look like “one big Detroit”. No really, I’m not joking. Hart will likely not win the real election, but I can’t help but wonder what percent of Hart supporters were familiar with his literature?

  1. He ran unopposed. He was actually surprised he got the nomination. He has tried several times.

    And the 2nd leading vote getter only ran to try to keep him from embarrassing the party.

    Suffice it to say that no Republicans really support this guy. He’s to Republicans what Howard Dean, Michael Moore, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Ted Kennedy are to Democrats…a total racist loon that nobody in their right mind would throw any support behind.
       —T.J.    Aug. 8 '04 - 08:23AM    #
  2. “He’s to Republicans what Howard Dean, Michael Moore, Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson and Ted Kennedy are to Democrats” -el teejito

    3 of the 5 you mentioned spoke at the democratic national convetion…hardly rendering them as the outcastes of the party as you purport…

    gone, but not forgotten,
    ari p.
       —Ari P.    Aug. 8 '04 - 02:09PM    #
  3. Maybe Lyndon LaRouche would have been a better analogy.
       —Brandon    Aug. 8 '04 - 08:23PM    #
  4. Oh…guys…check out my new website!

    still gone, still not forgotten,
       —Ari P.    Aug. 10 '04 - 05:08AM    #
  5. man, someone really is THAT obsessed with me…

    flattered, but uninterested,
    ari p.
       —Ari P.    Aug. 11 '04 - 12:20PM    #
  6. Hey folks, actually it was T.J.—or at least somebody latched to, who was assuming T.J.’s name a little over a week ago.

    Pay no attention to this fool—we know the “real” one and only Mr. Paul when we see him! :)
       —Brian    Aug. 11 '04 - 12:34PM    #
  7. Also, the domain was registered under the name “Joe Johnson.”

    It’s actually against the law now, to register a domain under false name or address.

    If you really wanted to be mean, you could report Thomas Wharry to the authorities. I believe it’s a somewhat hefty fine.
       —Eric Goldberg    Aug. 12 '04 - 11:34AM    #
  8. I’m driving to Rick James’ viewing and memorial service in Buffalo on Saturday, if anyone wants to go and share the gas bill.
    Viewing 11-12, memorial service starts at noon. See .
       —David Boyle    Aug. 12 '04 - 08:29PM    #
  9. t.j.,
    i’m giving you 5 days to clear your name…

    t.j. fought the law,
    ari p.
       —Ari P.    Aug. 16 '04 - 08:33PM    #