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A Candidate Reeking With Vitriol

Here's another email I just received from overzealous gun proponent Steve Stefanik (not to be confused with the former Ways and Means Chair Steve Stephanek).
Ask me if I think someone full of such vitriol is likely to succeed, no matter how often he runs...especially since he lives in highly Democratic Ward 9 Manchester where even the well respected J. Gail Barry only wins in Republican sweep years. 
My answer would be no!
Oh well...all you need to run for State Representative in New Hampshire is two dollars or 50 signatures (or is it 75 now?).
"I ran as an "Independent" which makes it very difficult to win an election. Next time I am going to run as a "Republican". I'll be back! I'll run every election for the rest of my life until I get elected to oust democRATS and RINOs who disavow their sworn oath to protect and defend the Constitution and when I do I will introduce legislation to "recall" newly elected representatives and "impeach" incumbants who do not."

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Reader Comments (2)

I do wonder sometimes how many of those who profess to believe in the Constitution have actually read it. Just like so many who say they believe in the Bible, yet are greedy, hateful, and don't "love thy neighbor." I guess they read selective phrases, or those interpreted to them by some politician or interest group or TV preacher primarily looking for contributions.

Or how many people who say our public school system is so horrible have actually been in one the past few years? Or did they drop out or missed lots of classes when they were there?

Or say they're opposed to "government regulations," but benefit from those regulations protecting the food they eat, the air they breath, the water they drink, the cars they drive, or their health in the places they work.

Just wondering.
March 2, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJim Splaine
Mr. Splaine, I sometimes wonder if you'll ever see the error of being a spokesman for political bullshit. You need to stop the parade of propaganda and be an advocate for a more gentler, more free, less coercive society.
March 2, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterZzz

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