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  1. #1 Tea Party Favorite - Ohio GOP Congressional Candidate - Nazi Reenactor 
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    Tea Party has done it again!



    They picked a wiccan evolution-denier, they picked Ron Paul's crazy son who would love to do away with the civil rights act, and now they have chosen THIS GUY:


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    Oh? That looks a little controversial you say?


    Oh don't worry, he's not ACTUALLY a nazi, he just really admires the wartime Nazi culture that inspired their military endevours and is impressed with how the Third Riech conquered Europe. Can't wait to see how he is in office!



    Thank You Tea Party, for electing REAL AMERICANS, the kind of men and women we need running our country.

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    You mean REAL AMERICANS like Democrats?




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    Reenactment battles would be pretty fucking boring if no one dressed us as the "bad guys".
    In most sports, cold-cocking an opposing player repeatedly in the face with a series of gigantic Slovakian uppercuts would get you a multi-game suspension without pay.

    In hockey, it means you have to sit in the penalty box for five minutes.
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    I wonder what Wee thinks about Civil War reenactions.
    The Obama Administration: Deny. Deflect. Blame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by djones520 View Post
    Reenactment battles would be pretty fucking boring if no one dressed us as the "bad guys".
    lol no no it's not like that.

    this group is dedicated to their role, they come out and actively re-enact the exploits of a Real nazi division: The 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking

    they idolize this group, and in their own words talk about how impressive their military might was
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    I wonder what Wee thinks about Civil War reenactions.
    He probably thinks Marlon Brando is a mobster because he played the Godfather.
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    Iott says the group chose the Wiking division in part because it fought on the Eastern Front, mainly against the Russian Army, and not U.S. or British soldiers. The group's website includes a lengthy history of the Wiking unit, a recruitment video, and footage of goose-stepping German soldiers marching in the Warsaw victory parade after Poland fell in 1939. The website makes scant mention of the atrocities committed by the Waffen SS, and includes only a glancing reference to the "twisted" nature of Nazism. Instead, it emphasizes how the Wiking unit fought Bolshevist Communism:

    Nazi Germany had no problem in recruiting the multitudes of volunteers willing to lay down their lives to ensure a "New and Free Europe", free of the threat of Communism. National Socialism was seen by many in Holland, Denmark, Norway, Finland, and other eastern European and Balkan countries as the protector of personal freedom and their very way of life, despite the true underlying totalitarian (and quite twisted, in most cases) nature of the movement. Regardless, thousands upon thousands of valiant men died defending their respective countries in the name of a better tomorrow. We salute these idealists; no matter how unsavory the Nazi government was, the front-line soldiers of the Waffen-SS (in particular the foreign volunteers) gave their lives for their loved ones and a basic desire to be free.

    Historians of Nazi Germany vehemently dispute this characterization. "These guys don't know their history," said Charles W. Sydnor, Jr., a retired history professor and author of "Soldiers of Destruction: The SS Death's Head Division, 1933-45," which chronicles an SS division. "They have a sanitized, romanticized view of what occurred." Sydnor added that re-enactments like the Wiking group's are illegal in Germany and Austria. "If you were to put on an SS uniform in Germany today, you'd be arrested."
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    Please, by all means, keep defending them. Let this thread be a shrine of peopel defending this. lol
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    Tea Party - Voting for a man who is literally wearing an SS uniform out of admiration for that Nazi Division.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    He probably thinks Marlon Brando is a mobster because he played the Godfather.
    Marlon Brando didn't dress up like a mobster on a regular basis on his own time without being paid because he 'admired the idealism' and actions of the mob.
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