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Here's roundup of all the right wing crazy I could find.

Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research council: Girl Scouts encourage promiscuity and engage in child abuse.

The Illinois Family Institute, the state affiliate of the American Family Association, warns Notre Dame about recognizing LGBT group. Is someone going to hell?

Spurred on by satirical news reports, clueless and crazy Colorado Republicans Vicki Marbles and Lori Saine introduce bill to prevent welfare recipients from buying weed with their government money.

Gordon Klingenscmitt warns Coloradans that smoking weed can cause hallucinations which are really demonic spirits.

Local police took away RWNJ radio host Tom Bauerle's guns after he lost his mind because of sinister plot by NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo to stake out his backyard and take away his guns. Then again, maybe he's not crazy.

Bill O'Reilly wants to drug test the poor despite unconsitutionality, cost and uselessness of testing.

UPDATE on the insanity that is the Texas US Senate race between Sen. John Cornyn and Rep. Steve Stockman: Stockman can't even win Tea Party straw poll. Actually, he couldn't even get a vote.

More Texas-style cray cray: Tea Party challenger to Rep. Pete Sessions aligns herself with Ted Cruz. Almost gets an endorsement from him.

Michigan State Rep. Dave Agema (also a RNC member) used Facebook really hard last week to push the cray cray to the masses.

West Virginia Republican Eric Householder wants to make it a felony to enforce Obamacare.

Wisconsin State Rep. Joel Kleefisch write bill to help a lower a wealthy donor's child support payments.

Missouri Senate by state Sen. John Lamping proposes bill to kill Obamacare by putting insurance companies out of business.

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