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Sorry, I skipped writing this round-up yesterday. It happens. I may have skipped a day, but the Republicans didn't skip pumping out the crazy.

NY Post's Fred Dicker: NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo "promised" to oppose strong gun laws, "but then he had a little convenient massacre that went on in Newton, CT." NY now has toughest gun laws in US.

Multnomah County (Oregon) Republicans will honor MLK and Lincoln by raffling off a rifle. No, they don't get the irony.

VA GOP Congressional candidate Dick Black thinks spousal rape shouldn't be a crime.

Dr. Greg Bannon, Republican NC US Senate candidate, believes that food stamps are slavery.

Virginia GOP lose their minds when VA Dem runs pro-choice ad.

Fox News Megyn Kelly very desperately wants to inpeach President Obama because of reasons. In peach! In Peach!! IN PEACH!!!

RWNJ and former NV-SEN candidate Sharron Angle wants to outlaw the NV health insurance exchange via a constitutional amendment.

Glenn Beck two-fer:

Republican Texas Board of Education candidate Theresa Thombs says that we need 'Straight Pride' and likens gays to murderers

RWNJ Larry Klayman says that America is in a state of revolution, just doesn't know it yet. Sure, Larry, sure.

David Klingenschmitt: NY Time's David Kirkpatrick is going to hell. Kirkpatrick had the temerity to research and very thoroughly debunk all the GOP's Benghazi lies.

AZ Gov. Jan Brewer eliminates child protective services. So much for the 6,000 uninvestigated child abuse cases in AZ.

Indiana State House laughs at bigots who claim gays are intolerant.

Christianists create rap video "Rappin' for Jesus" to recruit youth. If you think that's bad, it gets worse. No it gets horrific. The chorus is "Jesus Christ is my N*gg*."

SNL alum and bat* crazy conservative Victoria Jackson considering running for "alderman" in her town in Tennessee.

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