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Monday, May 22, 2006

Xenophobe journey to senate ends

Oh no, say it ain't so! Please do tell me this is true. What will we do now that our favorite racist anti-immigrant moron is out of the senate race?
The only unknown at the start of Saturday's convention was which Republican would be selected to run for U.S. Senate. Democrats on Friday nominated U.S. Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., for a fourth term, but he faces a primary challenge from Democrat Ned Lamont.

The Republicans vying for the nomination were former state Rep. Alan Schlesinger and Paul Streitz of Darien, but Streitz dropped out earlier in the day, leaving Schlesinger as the only candidate.
I'm heartbroken.

As a tribute to the craziest man in Connecticut, let's bring back an oldie but goodie...Streitz's famous survey he conducted on people that work at MexDonalds. You can't make this type of nonsense up.