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Jan Morgan says stuff

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The Jan Morgan show hit a meeting of Miller County Republicans at the New Haven Golf Club yesterday, the Texarkana Gazette reports. You'll never believe what she said! No, kidding, you'll totally believe it:

"[Asa Hutchinson] is an establishment RINO. I am a constitutional conservative. There's your line."

I am confident that the kids in one of the state's Environmental and Spatial Technology (EAST) labs could design a rudimentary gun-toting, hog-riding robot that just repeated "RINO" over and over again. If Walmart cashiers are to be ditched for automation, why not GOP primary challengers?

The Gazette reports that Morgan also recounted her various bouts of fifteen minutes of grievance — the YouTube video (thanks, Arkansas Times) of her wild testimony before the House Judiciary Committee and the Muslim Free Zone she declared for her Hot Springs gun range. On the latter, she explained, "My goal was to raise a big enough stink that the media would pay attention."

She also said that the government should do nothing at all regarding health care and education. She's a real character.

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