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1 Skip Intro  Sun, Apr 21, 2013 2:19:21pm

Other great Arkansas Republicans.

Charlie Fuqua, Arkansas Legislative Candidate, Endorses Death Penalty For Rebellious Children In Book

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Jon Hubbard, Arkansas Legislator, Says Slavery May ‘Have Been A Blessing’ In New Book

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I guess it’s nice that all the lunatics in America have a political party to call home.

2 stabby  Sun, Apr 21, 2013 2:54:42pm

They voted to accept free money from the federal government that gives medical care to families below the poverty line.

I WOULD like an explanation for how giving medical treatment to sick impoverished people is as he called it, “a threat domestic”. If that’s a domestic threat, are other things that allow them to continue to live also domestic threats? Maybe he’s proposing death camps?

“And in this age of death threats from nameless, faceless thugs, we need these folks to know that while we most likely won’t try to kill them or harm their families, they should be much more certain of our response than fearful of the actions of those who will not identify themselves.

I believe that in a world of nameless, faceless thugs influencing our people every day, it is imperative that we become thugs with names and faces just as scary even if in a different way. If we don’t, then we lose.”

He proposes stopping short of killing the families “nameless” “faceless” impoverished sick people … who are “thugs”? Well that’s showing some self control.

Why the fuck are Republicans electing mentally ill, evil creeps like this?

3 majii  Sun, Apr 21, 2013 3:40:22pm

I notice that the RW lawmakers seem to be appalled at what Nagy wrote, calling it “scary,” but they shouldn’t be. When a political party’s politicians and supporters recommend “Second Amendment Solutions” to solve political and other differences, they shouldn’t be surprised when they become the targets of the “recommendations” they have endorsed for use against their opponents. Sometimes you really do reap what you sow.

4 Skip Intro  Sun, Apr 21, 2013 5:10:53pm

re: #3 majii

I notice that the RW lawmakers seem to be appalled at what Nagy wrote, calling it “scary,” but they shouldn’t be..

The cynic in me says they’re only appalled because everyone is supposed to know you don’t say these things except among your closest pals. The Wayne LaPierre Solution is strictly hush-hush.

5 dragonath  Sun, Apr 21, 2013 10:01:31pm

re: #3 majii

I notice that the RW lawmakers seem to be appalled at what Nagy wrote, calling it “scary,” but they shouldn’t be. When a political party’s politicians and supporters recommend “Second Amendment Solutions” to solve political and other differences, they shouldn’t be surprised when they become the targets of the “recommendations” they have endorsed for use against their opponents. Sometimes you really do reap what you sow.

Ah, the Franz Ferdinand solution.


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