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    Is Being A Serial Liar a Prerequisite for Republican

    You can't believe anything they say, not even down to who is endorsing them and who isn't...
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    Mean Jean Forced to Remove Endorsement Claims from Site

    Rep. Jean Schmidt, R-Ohio, has been forced to remove two purported endorsements of her candidacy for reelection from her campaign website.

    Rep. Tom Tancredo, the Republican anti-immigration zealot from Colorado, demanded that Schmidt remove his name from her site yesterday:

    Early in the afternoon yesterday, Schmidt’s homepage touted that Tancredo was publicly backing her: “Rep. Tom Tancredo — Chairman of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus endorses Congresswoman Jean Schmidt and thanks her for her hard work to end ‘illegal’ immigration and protect American jobs.”

    But Tancredo never endorsed Schmidt in her bid for reelection this year, said his spokesman, Will Adams.

    “Congresswoman Schmidt and Congressman Tancredo recently met to discuss immigration,” Adams said. During the meeting, Schmidt joined the immigration-reform caucus but that was all that transpired, he said.

    “There was no endorsement,” Adams said flatly. “We normally do not endorse out-of-state races.”

    He added that while Tancredo had done so occasionally this was not one of those instances.

    At the same time, another Ohio Republican congressman, Rep. Steve Chabot, denied that he had endorsed Schmidt, even though her site listed him as a supporter:

    Rep. Jean Schmidt’s campaign Web site lists several political endorsements, including one from fellow Rep. Steve Chabot, R-Westwood.

    There’s only one problem.

    Chabot says he didn’t endorse Schmidt, who faces a primary challenge May 2 from Republican Bob McEwen, a former congressman from southern Ohio.

    “We have not been asked for an endorsement by anyone in that race,” Chabot spokesman Gary Lindgren said Tuesday, adding that Chabot backs both Schmidt and McEwen.

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    Re: Is Being A Serial Liar a Prerequisite for Republican

    Quote Originally Posted by sojustask
    You can't believe anything they say, not even down to who is endorsing them and who isn't...
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    Mean Jean Forced to Remove Endorsement Claims from Site

    Rep. Jean Schmidt, R-Ohio, has been forced to remove two purported endorsements of her candidacy for reelection from her campaign website.

    Rep. Tom Tancredo, the Republican anti-immigration zealot from Colorado, demanded that Schmidt remove his name from her site yesterday:

    Early in the afternoon yesterday, Schmidt’s homepage touted that Tancredo was publicly backing her: “Rep. Tom Tancredo — Chairman of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus endorses Congresswoman Jean Schmidt and thanks her for her hard work to end ‘illegal’ immigration and protect American jobs.”

    But Tancredo never endorsed Schmidt in her bid for reelection this year, said his spokesman, Will Adams.

    “Congresswoman Schmidt and Congressman Tancredo recently met to discuss immigration,” Adams said. During the meeting, Schmidt joined the immigration-reform caucus but that was all that transpired, he said.

    “There was no endorsement,” Adams said flatly. “We normally do not endorse out-of-state races.”

    He added that while Tancredo had done so occasionally this was not one of those instances.

    At the same time, another Ohio Republican congressman, Rep. Steve Chabot, denied that he had endorsed Schmidt, even though her site listed him as a supporter:

    Rep. Jean Schmidt’s campaign Web site lists several political endorsements, including one from fellow Rep. Steve Chabot, R-Westwood.

    There’s only one problem.

    Chabot says he didn’t endorse Schmidt, who faces a primary challenge May 2 from Republican Bob McEwen, a former congressman from southern Ohio.

    “We have not been asked for an endorsement by anyone in that race,” Chabot spokesman Gary Lindgren said Tuesday, adding that Chabot backs both Schmidt and McEwen.

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    Re: Is Being A Serial Liar a Prerequisite for Republican

    Quote Originally Posted by dante
    I knew a cereal rapist. He had to give it up because the milk and sugar kept drying up on his pubic hairs making it very painful to comb out.
    Yeah?? Well I once knew a happy Roman.

    - He was GladEAter

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