A Congressman who has dressed up for war re-enactments (see Hogan’s Heroes), OR…
A Congresswomen that compares terrorists to America’s Founding Fathers?
It’s a pretty simple question, but it is the choice you have to make on November 2nd.
Last week’s ridiculous attempt by Marcy Kaptur and her surrogates to assassinate Republican Rich Iott’s character by showing him in a WWII “Nazi” uniform, without bothering show him in WWI garb or, better yet, in a Civil War Union uniform* shows Iott’s opponent, Democrat Marcy Kaptur’s pretty low character. However, it wasn’t until we started looking around that we discovered the really vile skankiness that swirls about Democrat Marcy Kaptur like the stench of caustic crud.
You see, there’s a difference between playing bad guys and actually being one—or sympathizing with them. Unfortunately, Ms. Kaptur and her henchmen don’t seem to know the difference.
“One could say that Osama bin Laden and these non-nation-state fighters with religious purpose are very similar to those kind of atypical revolutionaries that helped to cast off the British crown,” Miss Kaptur said.
“I think that people of faith understand that for many of the terrorists, their actions are acts of sacred piety to the point of losing their lives. And I think that people of faith understand that there is a heavy religious overtone to the opposition.”
As Marcy Kaptor doesn’t seem to know the difference between good guys and bad guys, we thought we’d help the people of Ohio out by giving Ms. Kaptur a couple of quick pointers…
Rich Iott, a real good guy* (who sometimes dresses up as bad guys)
And, Ms. Kaptor, this is Osama bin Laden. He is a bad guy…
Ms. Kaptur, Osama Bin Laden and his fellow ‘revolutionaries’ (as you called them), killed 3,000 innocent Americans
Terrorists are bad, Ms. Kaptur.
And, the more we discovered about you, the more we came to the same conclusion about you, Ms. Kaptur.
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