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All the non-Chris Christie insanity from the Republicans that you can stand! Daily roundup of right wing insanity.

Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX), aka the Stupidest Person in Congress, didn't become a congresscritter to alert the world to Terror Babies or any of the other whack-a-doodle conspiracies theories he's pushed. He had to do this to stop welfare checks for single Moms. How noble.

All you need to know about Maine's nutjob Governor Paul LePage.

Theresa Thombs, a GOP candidate for the Texas Board of Education: "we know we didn't come from monkeys."

RWNJ Jim Garrow has proof that President Obama tried to nuke Charleston, SC and other American cities.

Meet Matt Hoskins, one of the key players who works to make Republicans more and more insane.

Rick Santorum has a movie studio. It's going to become the "Pixar or faith movies." Or something.

Western Center for Journalism: Communist Barack Obama Should Be in Prison.

UPDATE: Apparently, the wealthy RWNJ Bruce Rauner running for Illinois Governor didn't mean it when he suggested lowering the minimum wage.

Drew Ryun from the Madison Project, a Tea Party group, calls Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) a tool. I love a flame war amongst the right wing crazies over one crazy not being crazy enough.

Just how wrong was Rush Limbaugh about the polar vortex: crazy wrong.

Laura Ingraham: LGBT non-discrimination protections are a "victory against religious liberty" that Karl Marx would approve of.

Fox News' John Stossel: War on Poverty taught women they'll get more money if there's no guy there.

Sean Hannity: TSA Animated Video Explaining Airport Screening Process To Children Is "Indoctrination."

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