• Quiz: Democratic Senate Candidate for Tennessee or Random Crazy Person?

    For each of the following views, identify whether the belief is held by the Tennessee Democratic Party's candidate for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Bob Corker, or by the tin-foiled gentleman on your local neighborhood street-corner yelling about black helicopters…

    1. Opposition to the "NAFTA Superhighway," a project intended to create  a new North American Union, whose currency will be the Amero.

    2. Opposition to "AN ORWELLIAN SUPER STATE" that will lead to the imprisonment of dissenting Americans in a "a bone-crushing prison camp similar to the one Alexander Solzhenitsyn was sent to or one of FEMA's prison camps"

    3. Belief that Google, "acting in concert with the Communist Chinese government" is adjusting its algorithm to remove him from the search results.

    4. Belief that Barack Obama's parents may have orchestrated placement of a birth announcement in Hawaii newspapers because they could have "announced that by telegram from Kenya."

    5. The view that "[Arnold] Schwarzenegger, born in Austria, wants to amend the Constitution so that he can become president and fulfill Hitler's superman scenario."

    Answers after the jump…

    Answers: #'s 1-3 and 5 are courtesy of Mark Clayton who received nearly twice as many votes as his closest challenger, thanks to his normal-sounding name, which appeared at the top of the Democratic primary ballot. #4 comes courtesy of walking indictment of our mental health care system Steve King (R-IA).

    The Tennessee Democratic Party has since disowned their own candidate, saying in a release that Clayton "associated with a known hate group in Washington, D.C., and the Tennessee Democratic Party disavows his candidacy, will not do anything to promote or support him in any way, and urges Democrats to write-in a candidate of their choice in November."

    And to think, they could have saved themselves this trouble by recruiting Basil Marceux.


    Tags: Conspiracies, Democrats, Games and Challenges, Tennessee

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