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Here's all the Republican crazy I could find from yesterday.

The Daily Caller tried to attack the NY Time's Benghazi debunking. They utterly failed. They cited a satirical piece in attacking the reporter who wrote the piece.

Karl Rove doesn't think raising the minimum wage will affect many Americans and says that calls for raising it are just a distraction from Obamacare.

Donald Trump calls climate change a hoax.

Fox News is convinced, and is trying to convince everyone, that President Obama some nuns out of business. Or something. It's so far from the truth that it's crazy.

Nebraska US Senate candidate Ben Sasse proposes to move the US Capitol to Nebraska. No, really. He says it will solve the gridlock.

Some Republicans are trying really hard to make health insurance for their staffers really expensive because they hate Obamacare.

Glenn Beck compares a Republican to himself and declares that she's nowhere near as bad as him and concludes she doesn't need to apologize to Mitt Romney for making fun of Mitt's adopted African-American grandson.

7 highlights of Liz Cheney's aborted run for US Senate in Wyoming. And by highlights I mean how low and crazy she was willing to go.

Bill O'Reilly: mass arrest of marijuana users has nothing to do with the war on drugs.

Fox News' Steve Hays says that Republicans need to come up with a moral reason for voting against long-term unemployment benefits. Instead of just being dicks about it.

Frank Luntz is really really sad that Obama is dividing America like he is. Cuz it's all his fault.

Birther nutjob is over his Obama birth certificate obsession. His new obsession is Hitler's death certificate.

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