Thursday, April 24, 2008

Conservative House Candidate In Indiana Defends Speaking To Nazi Group On Hitler’s Birthday»

On Sunday, Tony Zirkle — who is seeking the Republican nomination in Indiana’s 2nd Congressional district — delivered a speech to the American National Socialist Workers Party (ANSWP) on the 119th anniversary of Adolf Hitler’s birth. At the event, Zirkle “stood in front of a painting of Hitler, next to people wearing swastika armbands and with a swastika flag in the background.”

Asked by reporters why he spoke to a group like ANSWP, which refers to itself as “the largest and most active pro-white organization in America,” Zirkle said he’ll “speak before any group that invites me,” adding that he’s even “spoken on an African-American radio station in Atlanta.”

Zirkle told The News-Dispatch that he doesn’t “know enough about the group” to say whether he agrees with it’s ideology or not:

Zirkle replied he didn’t know enough about the group to either favor it or oppose it.
White House spokes-hairdo Dana Perino once was revealed to not have known what the Cuban missile crisis was, but WWII? Zirkle claims to not know enough about the Nazis to have an opinion about them.

I love far right Republicans. So funny, so stupid...


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