The former senator and governor of Rhode Island — a Republican turned Independent turned Democrat — announced this morning that he was no longer a candidate for president after attracting negligible support.
Webb's campaign attracted little attention and inspired even less enthusiasm from voters, but the former Republican might still run as an independent candidate.
He's still considering an independent bid—and he'll have Donald Trump's support, for whatever that's worth.
He may not win the presidential election, but Webb cannot be beaten.
Hillary Clinton is still the frontrunner. And Jim Webb killed a guy in 'Nam.
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Jim Webb is a war hero, novelist, and former senator who once almost beat a biker to death with his bare hands. He also hates politics. So what is he doing running for president?
As Hillary Clinton's campaign stumbles, Democrats are starting to panic about their presumptive 2016 nominee. So we went looking for another option.
Super PACs may be a terrifying harbinger of the death of democracy, but at least they're good for a dick joke.
Now that the former Virginia Senator is officially running, I'm willing to bet that the sentence "The man grabbed his young son in his arms, turned him upside down, and put the boy's penis in his mouth" will resurface.