Comments:Indiana congressional candidate Tony Zirkle defends speech at Nazi meeting

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Zirkle is Doomed for Bad Luck![edit]

Tony Zirkle is a lawyer in Indiana and will stop at no ends to get free publicity. Only this time it backfired on him. First, Zirkle is jewish and married to a jewish girl. His mother is jewish and he goes by Zirkle but his real father was a fellow by the name of Van Ness. He is not real bright, but he knows just enough to make him dangerous. He knows nothing of the law, and he is an accomplished liar. I suspect that his law practice in Indiana has suffered execpt for the few skin heads he has impressed. Well someone has to represent the KKK and the nazi's so let Zirkle have them and all the other good things that are sure to come his way. BP