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Dallas County GOP'ers Serve Lupe Valdez Chicken for Breakfast

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On September 16, Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez will debate her Republican rival, Lowell Cannaday, courtesy the Stemmons Corridor Business Association -- a note posted on Cannaday's Web site, matter of fact. Which is so weird, because this morning I noticed that someone with the moniker "dallascountygop" posted to the YouTube this video called"Chicken Lupe," which is terribly amusing but perhaps not completely accurate as it accuses the sheriff of refusing to debate her challenger. Soundtrack's a little annoying too. --Robert Wilonsky

Update: This video keeps getting yanked and then reposted to YouTube, so if you click on it and it says it's unavailable, don't worry -- it will be. If nothing else, we now have our own copy we'll be glad to share should it disappear entirely.

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