Reality isn't binary. It's analog. Not black/white, but a near infinite scale of grey.
At least it's not boring ...
Pro-Life (née Marvin Richardson) is a colorful candidate, but these guys may be even more, um, original.
You may have noticed Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are joined by a third Democrat in Idaho's "beauty contest" presidential primary, a certain Keith Russell Judd. In 1999 Judd (a.k.a. "Mr. President," "Dark Priest," "W. D." and "Rusty") was convicted on two counts of "mailing a threatening communication with intent to extort money or something of value" and sentenced to 17 1/2 years in federal prison. A federal prison in Beaumont, Texas, is where he is today. He's appealed that because among other things he claims to have a "serious mental disability." In fact Judd has repeatedly filed such motions to be released, and been repeatedly denied.
One wonders where he got the $1,000 to file here, considering Judd told officials in New Hampshire that he couldn't afford it there. Thing is, unlike in Idaho there are actually delegates tied to the New Hampshire Democratic presidential primary. Hrm, maybe there is something to that "mental disabilty" defense ...
One of the (so far) seven Republicans running for Larry Craig's Senate seat is Hal James Styles Jr., who lists his residence as ... Desert Hot Springs, California.
Even though it's not a particuarly intelligent thing to do, turns out running for Congress in a different state than you live in is perfectly legal, as long as you establish residency in the state in question by election day. Of course, to my knowledge no one who's done that has ever won, or come close. But it's legal and constitutional, so why not?