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For Anyone Who Thinks “Tea Party Mark” Obenshain is Moderate in Any Way…Two Photos Prove He Isn’t

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Does anyone out there seriously think that Virginia GOP Attorney General candidate is any less radical than Ken Cuccinelli? If so, here are two photos to disprove that falsehood.

First, see photo #1 below (see photo #2, of Obenshain with right-wing hate radio host Mark Levin, on the “flip”) has “Tea Party Mark” Obenshain with NRA Chief Executive Officer Wayne LaPierre. For some serious Wayne LaPierre lunacy, see here. Also see Two Decades of Paranoid Pronouncements by the NRA’s Wayne LaPierre (e.g., “one of [Bill Clinton’s] first moves as president could be to turn his administration into a gun-grabbing goon squad;” “Forget Stalin’s Russia. Forget Hitler’s Germany. The mightiest propaganda machine the world has ever known is right here in 1994 America;” “Not too long ago, it was unthinkable for federal agents wearing Nazi bucket helmets and black storm trooper uniforms to attack law-abiding citizens… In Clinton’s administration, if you have a badge, you have the government’s go-ahead to harass, intimidate, even murder law-abiding citizens;” “[Bill Clinton is] willing to accept a certain level of killing to further his political agenda. And the vice president, too.”). Yep, that’s who Mark Obenshain hangs out with.

Photo #2: Obenshain (with the “Guns Save Lives” sticker – classy!) and right-wing hate radio host Mark Levin (rallying today with Obenshain’s ticketmate Ken Kookinelli). That’s right, this guy (“Women In Combat Pose A Danger To ‘A Real Man’ Who Will React Differently If They’re In Danger;”  “Sotomayor is ‘Ruth Bader Ginsburg plus about 50 pounds;'” “Oh, we want clean air and clean water. And what does that mean? Poverty!”; “BP hearings are a ‘Soviet-style spectacle‘ and are part of a ‘huge cover-up'”;  “‘the Klan’s agenda’ and “the radical left’s agenda…are pretty similar.'”; etc. etc.). Again, that’s Tea Party Mark Obenshain’s – and Ken Cuccinelli’s – buddy. Any further questions?