Jarody

Jarody Update

It's nice to see this blog finally recognized as the internet's leading repository of information on Jarody, the unlovable loser.

AsMaineGoesLolz has an update on the Republican legislative candidate.

Parody

Jarody is back and running for City Council in Augusta.

Yes, he's still making violent and racist comments on the internet.

Jarody Update

One-name-wonder Jarody, the state GOP convention delegate who was briefly the Republican standard bearer in an Augusta house district and who is now a write-in candidate, has been spotted in a Waterville parking lot chewing on a severed arm.

Not the GOP

State Republican Chairman Mark Ellis responds by email to say the party had nothing to do with the pulled posts.

"The story was removed from both sites before we knew about it."


PolitickerME has a bunch more, including an interview with Jarody.

UPDATE: OK, now I know why the GOP didn't want Jarody on the ballot, and it's not because he's a Ron Paul supporter (site not safe for anyone).

Down The Memory Hole

It appears someone doesn't want word of the actions of the Maine GOP in house district 57 to travel too far.

The story has been scrubbed from both the Christian Civic League website and from As Maine Goes, the website on which Jarody posted his impolitic comments.

You can see where the posts used to be using these google searches.

The story is still viewable at another site affiliated with the Christian Civic League. Also, here's a pdf of the posting, in case that goes down as well. Below is a copy of the first instance of the story, which was printed in Capitol Weekly.

Republicans Ruin My Fun

The online newsletter of the Christian Civic League, who are themselves a great source of amusement, reports that a 24 year-old Republican activist named Jarody (he legally removed his last name), who had been chosen by the GOP city committee as the Republican nominee for state house district 57, is removing himself from the ballot.

Jarody was a frequent commenter on As Maine Goes and, like many on the conservative site, appears to be a few fries short of a happy meal. A quick search of his posting history shows some interesting interactions, including his belief that the state of Israel should be eliminated and his thoughts about being detained by police for carrying a loaded gun around a Hannaford parking lot a few weeks ago.

Sadly for those of us who look to local politics for our entertainment, the state GOP felt that he was a bit too colorful for the party, and House Leader Josh Tardy and Chairman Mark Ellis asked him to sit out the election or face disowning by the party.

My advice to Jarody: don't go quietly. The Christian Civic League has your back (they tout his pro-life, anti-gay marriage views), and I'm sure you can find some folks on As Maine Goes that would support your candidacy (and share your delusions). Please, stay in the race and make this election a bit more interesting.

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