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(New York Daily News)   Conservative Republicans are now open to running candidates whose nicknames include the word "Crazy"   (nydailynews.com) divider line 3
    More: Obvious, Carl Paladino, Dean Skelos, Buffalo Republican, Blasio, Eliot Spitzer, Vito Lopez, independent candidates  
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2013-09-09 05:27:02 PM
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Two_Noodles: I came foron a picture of Michelle Bachmann.
Was not disappointed.


Let's be real, here.
2013-09-09 05:23:54 PM
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tallguywithglasseson: Hm. I was going to (sort of) defend the Republican party on this one, because subby's headline is wrong - it's the Conservative Party that says they're open to having Carl Paladino run for governor under their banner.

But then... the Republicans already did it.

So... whatever. Laughable line in the article about this somehow helping the Conservative Party become NY's second largest party.


Here's the thing about the Conservative Party in New York. They basically ARE the Republican Party. Every time I can remember voting, the Republican candidate and the Conservative candidate are the same person.

But, like Rex said, if they want to change it up, split the vote and hand it to the Democrats, more power to 'em.
2013-09-09 03:53:44 PM
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You act like this is something new, Subby.  The GOP has embraced numerous candidates common referred to as "crazy" in recent years.  To cite only a couple of the most obvious examples:

themediocrefight.com

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