Monday, July 25, 2011

Republican State Rep. Nate Bell quotes Hitler

Posted By on Mon, Jul 25, 2011 at 9:47 AM

Rep. Nate Bell photo
  • REP. NATE BELL
Heard of Republican state Rep. Nate Bell, a Mena chicken farmer? I was directed to his Facebook page, from which I took this screen shot on the off chance he realizes that quoting Adolf Hitler might be ground for, er, misunderstanding and decides to take it down.

You can get a look at his legislative history here.

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PS — It's a bogus quote.

PPS — Nate Bell defends Hitler citation. He figures, see, that it is Hitlerian to want government to help children like liberals do because, well, somehow some rights will be lost in the process. He hasn't enumerated any just yet, however. He's from the Twilight Zone of the Republican Party, apparently (Mark Martin, prop.)

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