Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Alaska House District 31 Candidate Daniel DeNardo Denounces Sarah Palin's Gas Line Scheme As A "Fraud", Considers Her A Cheerleader

See updated July 16th, 2009 post about the death of Daniel DeNardo.

I hadn't planned on profiling any of the individual Alaska state legislative races except for the contests in my district, but there is an unusual race shaping up in House District 31, encompassing the lower Hillside area of Anchorage.

Noted Alaska constitutionalist Daniel DeNardo, a member of the Alaskan Independence Party, is running for elective office once again, this time challenging incumbent Republican Bob Lynn (website HERE, blog HERE) for his seat as House District 31 representative. Democrat Pamela Freeman is also in the race (no known campaign website).

DeNardo has an unusual campaign website. Instead of the typical blog or website, he uses a YouTube channel as his website, where there are dozens of videos on a host of political subjects. DeNardo can be best described as a "paleoconservative", however, unlike most conservatives, DeNardo is not afraid to expose and condemn Zionism as yet another weapon used against the greater society to subjugate people.

And here are two of his videos, in which he asserts that the TransCanada gas line promoted by Governor Sarah Palin is actually a fraud that might never be built. He puts forth his own proposal for a gas line:

The first video, entitled "Sarah Palin's Kriminal Gas Line"

The second video, entitled "Sarah Palin and the Kriminal Fraud Gas Line"

Daniel DeNardo has three unsuccessful tries elective office in the past, running for mayor of Anchorage in 2003, for the U.S. Senate in 2004, and for governor in 2006.

Daniel DeNardo is considered an erudite and intelligent individual, having argued cases before the Alaska Supreme Court in 2002 and again in 2007.

The District 31 race will not be boring this year.

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