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Friday, February 5, 2010

Who is Ass Clown of the Week?

Posted By on Fri, Feb 5, 2010 at 11:10 AM

click to enlarge Ass Clowns take to the road this week.
  • Ass Clowns take to the road this week.
It's that time again. Time to vote for this week's newsmaker whose behavior you think was the most reprehensible/shameful. 

And the nominees...

1. David Yuhas: The Colorado man who's floating plans to build a cannabis-supported confederacy in St. Louis.

2. Zachary Walck: The seventeen-year-old arrested last week for shooting a Jefferson County sheriff's deputy. Walck was wanted for questioning in the theft of some 40 guns. Police found him holed up in a storage shed, and Walck didn't surrender without a fight.

3. St. Louis Motorsports' employee: An auto dealer for an exotic car shop in Chesterfield was arrested this week after posting YouTube videos showing him test driving vehicles -- at speeds reaching 150 m.p.h. -- on St. Louis roadways.

4. Ike Skelton: Depending on your viewpoint, perhaps the Missouri Congressman may be an Ass Clown hero -- not zero. Still the powerful chair of the House Armed Services Committee took flack this week for his opposition to changing the military's position on homosexuals serving openly in the military.

Vote after the jump!

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