|Rev. Mmoja Ajabu|
Brown says that Ajabu failed to get the number of signatures needed to appear on the ballot.
On Facebook, Ajabu has a different tone. He insists that he's still in the race and that he has enough signatures. After a long Facebook exchange over this report and many other topics, I said that it sounded like his car had blown its engine and was missing a tire in the race for Congress.
This is his response:
"Wrong analysis. Sounds like the Marion County Voters Registration is trying to make the car look broken. The car is good. And it will run in the race and win!! YOU READY?? Stay tuned. The best is yet to come!!...Buckle up!! It is going to be a rough ride. We are going to win with the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth. If you can't stand the truth then get out the way!"He also accused Brown, former City-County Council candidate Annette Johnson and me of being apologists. For what??? I don't know. It appears he thinks that there's some corruption in government keeping him out of the race.
Even if he were in the race against Andre Carson and Carlos May, I would say that his chances of winning are the same chances as a snowball's chance of surviving in Hell, but I think the snowball might actually have a better opportunity.