August 30, 2005
Al: Next Time You Want To Help...Don't
From the Houston Chronicle:
A driver for the Rev. Al Sharpton led Ellis County Sheriff's deputies on a nine-mile chase at speeds up to 110 mph before state troopers stopped the car, authorities said.Keep in mind Al, even though you now look like this:
The civil rights activist called the sheriff's report "ludicrous on its face" and accused the officers of "embellishing the story."
Chief Deputy Charles Sullins said the driver was rushing Sharpton to the airport after Sharpton visited anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan on Sunday at her camp outside President Bush's ranch in Crawford. The car carrying Sharpton and two other passengers was clocked doing 110 mph in a 65 mph zone on Interstate 35 in Ellis County in North Texas.
...most of us still remember when you looked like this:
Come to think of it, he still can't quite pull off "distinguished."
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