And "whenever" happens to be today:
Nazi's prison time won't thin racists' ranksWow. So some nut's prison time "won't thin racists' ranks" in the Roanoke area because other "pea-brained bigots," "just like new crack dealers who pop up on street corners after each narcotics-squad roundup," racists all, "already are stepping forward to assume [the nut's] cretinous mantle."
By Dan Casey, Roanoke Times
One day soon, U.S. District Court Judge James Turk will sentence Roanoke neo-Nazi William A. White to prison for threatening a handful of people across North America.
If you thought that might curtail this valley's ignoble reputation as place [sic] some white supremacists put down their roots, think again.
Those pea-brained bigots are just like new crack dealers who pop up on street corners after each narcotics-squad roundup. Other racist nuts already are stepping forward to assume White's cretinous mantle.
I know this thanks to Clifton "Chip" Woodrum, the esteemed Roanoke lawyer and former state delegate.
Last week, he passed along some white-power fliers a former constituent found Jan. 3 in Garst Mill Park. [link]
Which street corners would those be, Dan?
Well, read further and you find out that the nearest "pea-brained bigot" is hanging out on a street corner in ...
Both fliers list an address in Idaho and a Web site, ... The latter, which is dressed up with lots of swastikas and white-power gobbledygook, noted that the Virginia chapter is headquartered in Roanoke. Its address is a box at the Cave Spring Post Office off Electric Road.Let me get this straight. Roanoke has a pea-brained racist problem because some headline enthralled, dumbass neo-Nazi who happens to reside there proves himself to be an idiot - and to be a pea-brained racist - and because ... ... well, that's the only pea-brain cited.
I e-mailed the "Virginia director" to ask a few questions and soon found myself on the phone with Paul Mullet. He's from Athol, Idaho, a town of about 700 in that state's panhandle. He calls himself the Aryan Nations' national director. [emphasis mine]
The other one is in freaking Idaho.
So where's the story, Big Guy?
"If you thought that might curtail this valley's ignoble reputation as [a] place [where] some white supremacists [might] put down their roots, think again."
I'm thinking again, Dan, and darned if I can get as worked up over this as you are.
We've now accounted for two Nazis nationwide. Hilarious.