I especially like Adolf's pic in the background.
I can vouch for you on what you said though. I don't know where calimari is going with this.
Three votes. Three total votes.
and he got one.
Yes, the person that voted for him knew he was a racist.
It was him. He voted for him self.
James Carville had Pennsylvania pegged when he said "Pennsylvania is Philadelphia in the east, Pittsburgh in the west, and Alabama in the middle."
12 million people. The largest population of rural people in the country. Largest number of registered hunters.
Plus the largest producer of both Sausage and scrapple.
Does not sound too bad to me.
Bump for squid~bitter
More on the site. It's an interesting article about projection, particularly the projection where the right has been calling liberals and Obama "Nazis" like it is going out of style, which bites them in the butt when the actual Nazi types turn out to be on their side.Congratulations, Luzerne County Republicans. Nice pick.
You know, we’ve had to listen to a lot of nonsense about President Obama and Dems being Nazis, for quite a while now. Granted, many of Obama’s critics call him a Muslim, Socialist and Communist, all seemingly without the vaguest notion of what those terms mean. But I’ve often thought there was something extra buried in the Nazi accusation; and it’s called ‘projection.’
You can photo-shop a Hitler mustache on Obama, and pretend that you’re fighting totalitarianism, if you want. But here’s what a real live Nazi looks like; and he’s an elected Republican official:
The Muslim Brotherhood (a neo-nazi organization) is firmly aligned with the 'left', and staunchly supported by uber-left figurehead David Duke.
The people can elect whomever they want. They elected Obama didn't they? It was the biggest mistake in history but the people have a right to make mistakes.
From that link ~
Smith is a well known figure in white-power circles, and has ties to an array of racist organizations such as American Third Position, Aryan Nations, Council of Conservative Citizens, Keystone United and has acted as leader of the Philadelphia chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of White People. He is also active on the racist website Stormfront.org, where he posted a copy of his election certificate, seen here...
Perhaps the Republican Central Committee has come out and condemned their new member, but I have not seen that as of yet.
What is also telling is that the central committee should have known that this could have happened and prevented the entire thing by appointing a new member rather than have a white supremacist put himself right in beside them.
Those types of associations are exactly the reason I had to recant my earlier support for Ron Paul. He had too many such supporters and earlier writings that coincidently appeared in certain publications expressing views that I found questionable.
When Stormfront supporters get on the bandwagon because they see something they like, it is time to either get off that bandwagon or make room for another passenger.
Maryland Republican and Democratic parties elect their local committee members. I don't know if write-ins are permitted, but they are elected, not appointed.
Thanks for digging this up. Just to reiterate
According to the county bureau of elections, Steve Smith, 42, was elected to the Republican committee with one write-in vote from the April 24 primary election. Mr. Smith is the regional coordinator of Keystone United, which was known until 2009 as the Keystone State Skinheads.
The committee elects two members from each of the 189 voting precincts in the county. Mr. Smith and George C. Carmean, who received two write-in votes, were elected from Pittston's 4th Ward. No one was named on the ballot as a candidate from that ward.
Dieser Weg wird kein leichter sein; dieser Weg wird steinig und schwer.
Nicht mit vielen wirst du dir einig sein, doch dieses Leben bietet so viel mehr. --Xavier Naidoo
Matt, the entire partisan left Internet is having too much fun pretending that everyone right of center is now officially a nazi. Don't expect the committed partisan haters on here to acknowledge the true facts of this case. What was exposed here is the danger of apathy. Not the alleged nazi ties to the. GOP or Tea Party.
But you will not see anyone here or anywhere else retract any statement.
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