Whatever it takes
"I want to be the ferret in the pants of government."
This stirring declaration launched the historic campaign of former
Ambassador Duke, maverick Reform Party candidate for the presidency
of the United States. E-campaigning from his headquarters at the
E-Z Rest Motor Lodge in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, Duke set out to
prove that an average citizen, with nothing more than a laptop,
a few spam speeches, and a sack full of soft money, could make political
history. His insurgent effort may yet win a place in the books for
an otherwise unremarkable political struggle.
This outrageous and hilarious DVD captures the buzz and the glory
of D2K -- unfettered access to over 90 minutes of the innovative
3-D animation that put the outspoken candidate live on "Larry
King", "Today", and dozens of other shows. In over
30 short films, including "Healer-In-Chief", "Stirred,
Not Shaken", "Forgotten White Guy", and "Poodles",
Duke manages to confound conventional wisdom on a dazzling array
of topics. Visit his richly-textured website, recreated
here complete with his full FBI file, position
papers, photos, weblog,
Oppo reports, and the "Me & Roger"
radio interviews which ran on NPR during the final months
of the campaign. From frontline wordplay to backroom gunplay, from
breakout public policies to colorful public breakdowns, Duke made
electoral politics fun again.