The Basil Marceaux website is a hot viral commodity right now. Â It’s the year of the mid-term elections, so we are going to seesome crazy political antics. Â The state of Tennessee is long known for their red neck status and pro-gun rhetoric, but Basil Marceaux is taking things a little far.
Marceaux is using his Internet soapbox to run for governor of the Volunteer State. Â He wants every citizen to be immune from state laws, and also wants everyone to carry a gun. Â Now, it doesn’t make much sense to me to make everyone immune from state laws. After all, if you did that …. would there be any laws at all? The whole thing is just confusing!
The gun thing, on the other hand, could make Marceaux popular with the second amendment right advocates.
This, along with Alvin Greene from South Carolina showcase how the Internet and constant digital media have changed the landscape of politics. Â Alvin Greene is just an every day guy who somehow got on the Democratic ticket for Senator of South Carolina. Â Although he has no political experience, he skyrocketed into fame and continued to run for Senator of his state.