Sunday, May 21, 2006

Antisemitic Democrat

WTVM: The Alabama Democratic Party decided today it won't kick attorney general candidate Larry Darby off the primary ballot. The party labeled Darby's views offensive and bizarre, but it said it's too late to remove him from the ballot because absentee ballots are already being cast.The party began reviewing Darby's candidacy after he disputed the Holocaust and the death of millions of Jews. He has also associated with groups tied to racism. Darby called the Democratic Party's leadership "morally challenged" and said the party never contacted him before issuing the statement. Darby is a Montgomery attorney who founded the Atheist Law Center. He faces Mobile County District Attorney John Tyson in the primary election June sixth.
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