This promises to be a bizarre political year,
with GOP candidates not only running to the far right, they're veering
way off track.
Earlier this week, Republican Senate candidate
Sue Lowden of Nevada grabbed the crazy baton from Rep. Michele Bachman
when she suggested that people should barter
and haggle with their doctors for health care, rather than rely on insurance.
But what she
said is nothing compared to what a newly minted
challenger to Congressman John Hall said in her candidacy's opening remarks.
Kristia Cavere is a teabagging Rethug candidate
for New York's 19th Congressional District seat held by Hall. She firmly
that the Democrats have co-opted Republican values
and claims, among other things, that: "The Republicans are the ones
liberated Europe in World War II."
Two of the "Republicans" who liberated Europe.
She continued by saying that the Republicans have
always initiated "every" advancement of freedom in our history:
"Unfortunately, today there are many Republicans
in office who are cowards and who are bad communicators," she said.
"We have the right ideas, the right principles,
the right philosophy and history on our side."
Yet, the voters can't stand you - I wonder why?
Currently, I'd say it was your glee at going to
an oil war that
killed 5,000 soldiers and the bankruptcy of a
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