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With so many dangerous folks running around our country these days, the fear level has never been higher. Using the Bush Era's Terror index, I think we are in the Hotter than Hell Skin Melting Off Your Face Red Zone. So please take a moment and check out my "Poll for the Day," which asks you who you think most Murican's consider the scariest people from sea to shining sea.

Of course, if you believe that the poll question does not include your choice for the scariest person or persons, please feel free to register your vote in the other column and then name him, her or them in the comments.

Unfortunately, the Poll is below the silly orangey squiggly thing because of the darn stupid software that won't let me post it right at the top of the Intro section, goldurnit! But trust me, it's worth taking a moment out of your day to vote.  


Who Are the Scariest People in America?

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60%93 votes
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