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04/14/2010

ME: Heath to give it gubernatorial goal; Me: 'Are you frickin' serious?!? '

by Jeremy Hooper

Mike-Heath-governorHe was seen as too extreme for Maine's "Yes on 1" campaign, with that anti-gay referendum's organizers taking great strides to keep him out of the picture. But now Mike Heath will be the one calling the shots, as the "pro-family" leader who has blamed gays for causing things like bad weather, local graffiti, and national economic crises is running for governor of the Pine Tree State:

Maine's Mike Heath, Self-Appointed and Newly Anointed Head of AFA-ME, Now Running For Governor? [PHB]

Heath has to obtain 4,000 signatures before June 1 in order to make Maine's November ballot. We now look to the Atlantic Ocean to see if there are 4,000 Mainers who actively live in that body of water, since Mr. Heath is so to the far, far right of the heart and sprit of Maine, that that is where he'll have to look if he wants to find his base.

***UPDATE: Well that was fast: Heath decides against running for gov [AP via Sun Journal]

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