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  •  If D'Annunzio is SO right-wing (1+ / 0-)
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    then Kissel is, probably, correct in his reasoning.

    •  Click through to that link (2+ / 0-)
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      By popular demand – we’re holding a Machine Gun Social and Fundraiser in the Charlotte area
      Tuesday, March 23
      6:30pm until the ammo runs out! (9pm)
      Shooters Express
      2 Caldwell Dr
      Belmont, NC
      MP-5s and M-16s will be available to shoot
      $25 per magazine

      O_o

      So, I don't really understand what Kissell's calculation was or what was in this for him, he's going to have an easy general because last I read machine gun Tim is leading his GOP primary opponents by a large margin.

      •  Not to mention that neither the MP5 (2+ / 0-)
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        nor the M16 is a "machine gun".  Silly wingnuts need to bone up on their nomenclature.

        {Clever sig goes here}

        by NoVa Boy on Mon Mar 22, 2010 at 05:24:10 AM PDT

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      •  Good heavens, it reads like a parody (0+ / 0-)

        I'm particularly fond of this bit from his "blog" which argues that repealing DADT will violate states' rights. Way to tie yourself into a rhetorical knot, dude:

        Tim D’Annunzio, Republican candidate for Congress in North Carolina’s 8th district, today made the following statement on the recent decision by the Obama Administration to end the "Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell" policy regarding homosexuals in the military:

        "I oppose the normalization of homosexuality that is in the process of being forced on our military.

        "It will turn our military bases into social experiments, while forcing states to accept unnatural and government-created special rights.  The military will have to recognize same sex marriages from states where it is legal.  This will extend to all aspects of military life including housing and survivor benefits.

        "Every person in the US has the right to be married to one person, not of their family, of a legal age, of the opposite sex.  No one is being denied any right.  Overturning the current policy constitutes a new right that will cause acceptance of the unnatural.

        "Before any change is made to the ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ policy, we must first realize the implications this will have on states’ rights, and oppose the Obama Administration’s newest assault on our Constitution."

        You can tell you have created God in your own image when it turns out that he or she hates all the same people you do. - Anne Lamott

        by javelina on Mon Mar 22, 2010 at 06:01:27 AM PDT

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