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For the last few months, a nutcase Republican has driven all around town in a truck plastered with every bit of crazy-ass nutjob propaganda. On a few occasions he has driven past the local Democratic headquarters, blowing the horn and altogether acted like an ass.

Needless to say, he's notorious around here for his vehicular abuse of freedom of speech. However, imagine my surprise to see this a-hole's truck featured on the local news! Now, wait for it, because it gets worse folks.

It turns out that this whackjob was AN ELECTION JUDGE!

Here's a quote from the Missoula Independent Blog:

The driver of this truck really, really hopes that "Comrade Obama," as one of the bumper-stickers reads, loses tonight.
The driver of the truck also happens to be a Flathead County election judge who parked his rig outside a polling place in Whitefish—the First Baptist Church on Highway 93—and in doing so probably violated state law.

A perturbed reader, Robert Horne, sent us these photos (more below) this afternoon, expressing outrage over the election judge's flagrant electioneering.

If you click the link to the story, you can see this truck in all its paranoid, obnoxious, redneck glory! Obviously, someone with zealous political views has no business being an election judge! The good news is, three out of the four candidates he 'advocated' lost! Perhaps we shouldn't complain, and hope he has a bright future in Republican party politics.

Have any of you guys encountered any {crap/stuff/bullshit/malarkey} like this on election day?

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