Campaign for Creative Industry Development, submitted by Alias Unknown.Did you ever wonder why more people aren't in politics? Well this site will scare you strait if you are ever thinking about running for a public office. I thought all you had to do is register and go out into the public to kiss babies and stuff, but by the looks of this site, there is a lot more involved that we will never understand. We had a team of our best code breakers working for two whole months on this, yet all we learned was some batty broad called Tara Sue wants to be the mayor of Greensboro, North Carolina really, really bad. In fact, we are pretty sure she says somewhere in that mass of text that she has a bomb and she's not afraid to use it.Don't blame me, I voted for the truck.
Come to think of it, maybe she's not so nuts. Maybe she has a sly plan to befuddle the voters with this devious website. It would be a full time job to figure out what her platform is, so the good people of Greensboro might just give up and vote for her, figuring she must know what she's doing if she has that many words on her site. I'm pretty sure she just copied all of Shakespeare's works, the Bible, and Stephen King's "The Stand", and pasted them on this abortion of html. Ok, my brain is starting to sweat now, so I'm going to stop looking at this site and never return. Let me know if she wins or just explodes into pure light and energy like Powder.
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