Saturday, October 30, 2010

Sharron Angle: "The Two Wars We're In Right Now Is Exactly What We're In"

Sharron Angle, Nevada Republican senatorial candidate, can't help making outlandish statements, such as her contention that Islamic law prevails in Dearborn, Michigan, and in Frankford, Texas–a town that no longer exists. Angle has therefore taken to fleeing whenever she's in danger of having to answer reporters' questions. This Tea Party favorite told Carl Cameron of Fox (appropriately enough) that she wants the press to "ask the questions we want to answer" and to give her the opportunity to appeal for money:



It's no surprise, then, that Angle, trailed in an airport by a reporter, refused to speak about her desire that the U.S. quit the U.N., stating, "I'll answer those questions when I'm the senator." After ignoring questions about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Angle observed, "You know, the two wars that we're in right now is exactly what we're in." Angle's nonsensical reply is in total contrast with Democratic candidate Harry Reid's thoughtful one. Watch:

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