Right-to-Lifer Randall Terry Goes Ghetto for Romney
We weren't really sure about writing about anti-abortion
fanatic militant Randall Terry until we came across the photo, below, taken from his debate last December with Vermin Supreme. (Randall's the one without a boot on his head.) After that, we had no choice.
Vermin, you may not know, is running for president. Of the United States. He failed to qualify for the ballot in Florida however, so his chances are greatly diminished -- or so the savants say.
Randall has set his sights lower than Vermin's. And higher. And even lower.
So, it falls to me...because I am a federal candidate for Congress, I can run TV ads uncensored. I can say - boldly, and without fear - "Obama is a child killer, and no Christian can vote for him with a clean conscience." I can say: "For the love of God, for the love of life and liberty, do not vote for Obama." And the TV stations are required by law to run my ads!!!
Randall raised enough cash to run scads of gross-out television commercials -- replete with dead fetuses -- across South Florida (and for good measure, in seven other battleground states). They've gotten a fair amount of attention, but how many votes they've won for Romney is anyone's guess.
Randall hopes to sway the many African-American voters in Hastings' district, relying on their supposedly strong Christian, "traditional values" orientation. But we don't think he's going to win many black hearts and minds for Mitt with his latest, below, and the resulting pissing match with Samuel L. Jackson.
Get the This Week's Top Stories Newsletter
Every week we collect the latest news, music and arts stories — along with film and food reviews and the best things to do this week — so that you’ll never miss New Times Broward-Palm Beach's biggest stories.
- Confederate Flag Could Be Removed From Florida Senate Seal
Thu., Oct. 15, 7:00pm
Thu., Oct. 15, 7:30pm
Sat., Oct. 17, 12:00am
Sat., Oct. 17, 10:00am
- Lynn Rosenthal, Broward Judge Arrested for DUI, Resigns
- Nova Southeastern University President Begs: No Guns on Campus