Just look at the crazy they already have in Congress:
Seriously, a Congressman goes on the floor on the U.S. House and announces a terrorist plot to bring women into the country to deliver babies only to bring them back to train them as terrorists so they can re-enter the country and commit acts of terrorism because we all know how we wind up doing the vocation our parents choose for us. And he didn’t even contact a single intelligence agency to inquire if such a plot existed?
If the Republicans take over the House, you just saw the likely Chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security. Seriously, click the link! This idiot could have subpoena power and a gavel to spout off even more of his completely unverified and ridiculous fear mongering and demagoguery claims with an embarrassed intelligence community forced to pursue any crank theory this guy comes up with or fear being publicly hauled in front of his committee for “oversight” hearings on why the intelligence community isn’t “doing anything” about the twenty-year time bomb ticking in some hypothetical woman’s womb?
And what’s the official GOP reaction? The leadership of both the House and the Senate, and the last GOP nominee for the Presidency, want to hold hearing and repealing the part of the 14th Amendment that would give “terror babies” U.S. citizenship. The Party of Lincoln now angling to undo one of the Lincoln’s signature marks on our constitution.
Then, there’s Michelle (“FEMA concentration camp”) Bachmann and Virginia Foxx (R-NC), who declared that calling Matthew Sheppard’s murder a hate crime was “a hoax” while Sheppard’s mother sat in the House gallery shocked and sickened by Foxx’s rhetoric.
You’ve got “death panel” Barbie and a Congressional Leader who looks like he should be walking the halls of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory and not the halls of Congress.
Rand Paul and Sharon Angle will fit right in! The only question is will the broadcast and cable political talk shows find a way to fit these guys in the parade of crazy that is the typical appearance of Republicans in Congress on television nowadays.
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