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Late Returns: Fred Karger Will Play Frisbee With New Hampshire

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KARGER FRISBEE

The Speculatron's favorite longshot candidate, Fred Karger, has released a new web video in support of his ongoing efforts in New Hampshire. Titled "Demon Frisbee," it references Carly Fiorina's cinematic masterpiece, "Demon Sheep," with a lot of "Plan 9"-style sci-fi cheese effects. But it's all in good fun! Karger supporters are walking around the Granite State, handing out frisbees and telling people about the Karger campaign's platform of "bringing back the American spirit of optimism and getting along."

Awww.

And, yeah, then there's about 40 seconds of kids running around throwing frisbees to one another. CUTE DOG AT THE END, THOUGH!

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- It's got to be a little boring to rewrite this paragraph over and over again: "A new national poll indicates the race for the Republican presidential nomination remains wide-open, with none of the probable or potential GOP White House contenders above 20 percent, according to a new national poll." [CNN]

- The perfect Trump campaign slogan (with accompanying image). WE SHALL OVERCOMB! [/dev/random]

- "So, to make a point about the debt ceiling at a meeting of gun owners, Huckabee repeated an anecdote about the Holocaust that he'd previously used to make a point about abortion in front of a crowd full of Christian conservatives." [War Room @ Salon]

- How did Ron Paul's pre-debate "money bomb" do? About as well as they always do, which is to say, pretty damn well. [Taegan Goddard's Political Wire]

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