• The Eight EVILest Pictures of Sharron Angle Being EVIL

    Obviously, we all know that the color black is naught but evil and that any person who dares to drape his or her corpus in that accursed color can be but no more than a pawn of Satan, Lord of Flies. We're all hep to that, right? It's nice to see that our Senate candidates share our very reasonable understanding of this

    Nevada Republican Senate candidate Sharron Angle once [1n 1992, while she was campaigning forĀ  a seat on the school board] partook in a campaign against a local high school's use of black football jerseys, arguing that the dark color was ungodly and wicked

    Unfortunately, as much as I'd like to give Angle props for her campaign, I feel it is my duty to direct your attention to the following incredibly EVIL photographs I cherry-picked from Google Images have come across by happenstance…

    An EVIL pantsuit?! I can think of at least two reasons why such a thing disturbs me.

    More terrifyingly EVIL pictures of the soon-to-be Sen. from Nevada after the jump…

    Looks like she might have gotten her hands on some kind of a perceptual EVIL machine.

    Oh no! She's accessorizing her EVIL blouse with a green jacket! Green is the color of envy! And Leprechauns, which are also evil. Because they're Irish.

    Of course MSNBC would find a picture of her wearing an EVIL pantsuit to use in their inset. Couldn't they have found one of her wearing the flag? I'm sure they could have borrowed one from Fox.

    I'm not sure if this is an EVIL blouse or an EVIL jacket. It might be an EVIL cowl. I think that might be some kind of a Black Mass happening behind her.

    Looks kind of windy. There must have been an EVIL front coming in.

    Hmmmmm… Technically, that might be a really dark shade of purple. Or, rather, a really EVIL shade of purple.

    EVIL jacket or not, this is one of the more humanizing pictures I've seen of her.

    Tags: Education, Fashion, Football, Nevada, Religion, Senate, Sharron Angle, Sports, Tea Party


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