Monday, October 29, 2007

Minister Plans On Jacking Local Mayor Election

DURHAM, N.C. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A North Carolina man is about to jack the local elections from the current mayor and remix the office with some urban flava.

Self-proclaimed “Hip-Hop Minista” Paul Scott is voicing the needs of gang members and African-American youth by running for mayor of Durham, North Carolina, and he says he’s going to “pimp slap the competition.”

Scott – who’s working on spreading literacy amongst gang members with his website - has big plans for Durham if he’s elected.

This includes changing the city motto to Fight the Power after the song by rap group Public Enemy, teaching drug dealers how to start a business, and offering jobs in the mayor’s office to gang members.

Though he knows he’s the underdog, Scott believes he represents the people better than any other candidate and will “jack the election” when residents vote on November 6.

He says, “People say I’m crazy, but I say the inmates have taken over the asylum. I represent the common man. I still drink Kool-Aid from a mayonnaise jar.”

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