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Saturday, August 26, 2006


Is it me...?

or have Republicans completely lost it?

We all know about Michael "Old Man Newbold" Castle's break with reality and his claims about America being "more secure today" because Saddam has been deposed - and we've all heard about George "Macaca" Allen's Confederate fetish.

Now we have this from Katherine Harris (R-FL):

ORLANDO, Fla. _Rep. Katherine Harris said this week that God did not intend for the United States to be a "nation of secular laws" and that a failure to elect Christians to political office will allow lawmaking bodies to "legislate sin."

"If you are not electing Christians, tried and true, under public scrutiny and pressure, if you're not electing Christians then in essence you are going to legislate sin. They can legislate sin."

I feel like they are saying "We give up. We can't be in charge anymore."

Dude, that is royally f-ed up if the story's accurate. Ouch.
It looks legit to me. The national GOP has been trying to get her out of the race. If it is not too late to relplace her - this might be the tipping point, which is bad for the D's.

Too bad she couldn't be just slightly less crazy.
You made the important point here Jase. The national GOP has been trying to get her out. She is in a primary for a Senate seat, and is receiving virtually no support from elected officials - debunking the "2000 election recount ruling quid pro quo" myth.
HOOT great one Jason...I love Harris speak, sooooo good for DEMs!!!
I think the quid pro quo was not a myth - but a fact that she derailed with her craziness.
ditto to that sentiment, in fact when Blackwell of Ohio was asked if he thought that being the Bush re-elcetion chair and the head of elections would hurt him he pointed out that Harris was rewarded so why worry.
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