Monday, October 11, 2010

Talk about desperation

COLUMBUS, Ohio – A Republican congressional candidate from Ohio, countering criticism from a House GOP leader, said Monday that he did nothing wrong by wearing a Nazi uniform while participating in World War II re-enactments.
Rich Iott told The Associated Press in an interview that he took part in the historical re-enactments to educate the public, and does not agree with the Nazis' views or their actions against Jews.
Asked whether it was wrong to wear a Nazi uniform, Iott said: "I don't see anything wrong about educating the public about events that happened. And that's the whole purpose of historical re-enacting."

Give me a fucking break.
Is this the best they can do in trying to discredit the guy? That he pretended to be an enemy soldier in a historical re-enactment?
And I don't care if it is a GOP leader doing the whining.
Good God......

5 comments:

LC Aggie Sith said...

It's all they have....

G. Mark said...

What about the guy pretending to be an American president?

Sarah said...

If this is the best they can do, it only encourages me; they're getting their asses handed to them, publicly no less, and there's nothing that they can do to stop it.

Skip said...

In a Good bar fight what does the pussies do?
"He hit me back first"
Cunts!

da_truth36 said...

Like I said, you can't have an accurate re-enactment with just the good guys.