Yahoo News reports that last week, as they have done with the other candidates, a Chattanooga TV station gave Marceaux a few minutes on air to pitch hiscampaign platform, which includes planting grass on vacant lots to "sell it for gas" and a plan "to stop traffic stops." He may or may not have been drunk.
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The Yahoo report commented:
Marceaux is running at just 1 percent in the polls, according to the Chattanooga Times Free Press. But he's getting way more attention than his rivals, including Reps. Zach Wamp, who has suggested that Tennesseeshould secede from the union, and , who has questioned whether Islam is really a religion. Come to think of it, maybe Marceaux isn't that weird after all.