Friday, May 24, 2013

Tony Orlando and Yakov Smirnoff endorse Dennis Milligan for state treasurer

Posted By on Fri, May 24, 2013 at 11:29 AM

TIE A YELLOW RIBBON AROUND DENNIS MILLIGAN: With Tony Orlando.
  • TIE A YELLOW RIBBON AROUND DENNIS MILLIGAN: With Tony Orlando.
That headline is straight from Huffington Post.

Top that, Duncan Baird.

Dennis Milligan, famous for once saying what the U.S. needed was another 9/11 to get right about terrorism, is a Republican candidate for state treasurer, not mayor of Branson, Mo. He's circuit clerk in Saline County. Endorsements here.

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