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Who's Future? · 08/14/2006 11:26 PM, Trivial

First off, domestic violence is nothing to laugh at, whether husband on wife or wife on husband. But I can’t be the only one to see the funny irony in this story, right?

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060815/ap_on_re_us/candidate_arrested

Ohio candidate booked on domestic charge
By DAN SEWELL, Associated Press Writer

CINCINNATI – A Democratic candidate for Congress suspended her campaign Monday after she and her husband were charged with domestic violence.

Stephanie Studebaker and her husband, Sam, were arrested Sunday night after deputies responded to calls about a fight in their home, police said. Each was released on $25,000 bond.

{rest deleted, more details about their fight}

On the Net: Studebaker for Congress: http://www.studebakerforcongress.com/

Ok, now look at her tag line on the right, from the top of her site:

[Note: image removed now. It said, “Fighting for our future”.]

I guess she is.

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