It's the craziest political party there ever was.
I'm still gathering my thoughts after watching "Pub Talk-the Game" by Republican congressional candidate Terri McCormick. In what appears to be a challenge to unseat Rep. Steve Kagan, McCormick bar flies her way into your psyche and slow moves a message of government outrage, that can only remind the viewer of a bad porn movie plotline. Palin, Biggert, Bachmann, Shedegg, Gohmert, King, Cantor, Hoffman, Prejean, DeMint, Coburn, and now Terri McCormick.
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According to waxingamerica.com: McCormick is posting videos of what she terms "Pub Talks." Seated at a bar with a drink in her hand, McCormick pontificates to a friendly, bow-tied bartender, "Jimmy," who recites his lines as stiffly as a community theater wannabe McCormick does her best to channel Sarah Palin: "We're a nation in crisis, and I've got strong feelings about what to do about that crisis." McCormick is also pushing a self-published book titled "What Sex is a Republican?"
(When Terri McCormick was in the Assembly, Republican staffers cringed whenever she spoke. Now we know why.)