Uh... Maybe they're trying to branch out?
Ok, it was probably either a mistake or a veiled threat on their part:
http://jezebel.com/5900996/kkk-tries...ale-legislatorDemocratic representative Cherie Buckner-Webb is the only black elected official in the state of Idaho, and so when a hand-addressed envelope containing an application for Ku Klux Klan membership arrived at her house, she was understandably annoyed. And confused.The invitation requested that Buckner-Webb attest to the following,
I am a White Christian man or woman. I am not married to a nonwhite. I do not date nonwhites nor do I have nonwhite dependents. I practice my belief in racial integrity. I believe in the ideals of Western Christian Civilization and profess my belief in jesus Christ as the Son of God. I understand that the Knights is a legal and law-abiding political movement and that I will never be asked to commit an unlawful act. I understand that I can resign at any time.The application also listed the Klan's membership rates — $35 for an adult, $45 for a married couple, and only $20 for Klan Kidz 17 and under.