If you think that suggesting some rapes are more "legitimate" than others and believing the earth was created 9,000 years ago in, literally, 6 days sounds a little crazy, you haven't heard anything yet. On Thursday's "Daily Show," Jon Stewart explained exactly how people like Todd Akin and Paul Broun not only squeak by, but also enjoy plum posts like sitting on the House Science, Space and Technology committee. It's quite simple: politicians at the state level are even more insane.

Watch part one above of Stewart's look at the "marvelous bastards" of smaller GOP races, and part two below where he shows why leaving everything to the states could be a terrible idea. In a word: "THANKS."

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