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Wednesday, January 2, 2008

'Sheep to visit'?

Posted By on Wed, Jan 2, 2008 at 4:42 PM

I have a feeling this site won't be up long in this form. But take a quick look at the primary tasks section of a website for Arkansas Young Republicans. The tasks enumerated include "cars to crush" and "sheep to visit." I presume these items are space fillers for legitimate items yet to come on the website, which appears to still be under development, but still .... WWMHD about jokes such as these?

We also liked Chairman David Fort's vow to work against overtaxing of the middle class. The poor? Who cares about overtaxing them? They're the kind of people who'd probably like that "laughable public healthcare initiative" Fort references.

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