So, like, maybe a run for Congress might not be so bad after all

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I’ve long been a firm believer that you can do more good for your country outside of elected office than you can in it, but after looking at a shirtless photo of Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL) as part of an article done by Men’s Health magazine, I might could be persuaded to make a run for the US House in 2012.

Of course, I’d have to run against forever-man Mel Watt (D) here in the highly gerrymandered NC-12 district, and would most certainly lose, but it’d be kinda cool to see how much publicity I could generate in the process, and the endorsements I would hopefully pick up — hopefully one Mr. Schock (who is single) included …

Right. :D

Now, back to your regularly scheduled reality programming, already in progress.

Moonbat of the Day – Rhodes or Rosie O.? Vote Here

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Hmm. Lemme see.  Is it far left loon Rosie O. for suggesting that the US could very well be “monsters” for not giving OBL “due process”?  Or perhaps it’s liberal icon Randi Rhodes, who seems to believe that President Bush knew where OBL was for years but deliberately protected him.

Discuss/vote in the comments.  Or if you have another candidate for Moonbat of the Day, please post it there as well.  My vote? It’s pretty much a toss-up between the two.  Can’t really get much worse than that – although liberals never cease to amaze me, so I’m not totally ruling out the possibility of something even more stupid being said out there in post-OBL era lefty la-la land.