Crazy Town Hall Lady Wants To Win Barney Frank's Seat, Colonize Mars


Remember the young woman who demanded Representative Barney Frank explain his support for a “Nazi policy” (that would be health care reform) at a town hall meeting last year? Undaunted by Frank’s verbal smackdown, she’s now running against him.

Rachel Brown, 29, is a follower of cultish, crypto-anti-Semitic pseudo-leftist Lyndon Larouche, also known as a LaRouchebag. It turns out that Frank was onto something when he asked Brown last year, “On what planet do you spend most of your time?”

The current answer is some alternate version of earth, but Brown would like to change that. Her strategy for propping up the economy is… colonizing Mars. She told the AP:

“I think we need a program in the economy based not on only surviving for the moment, but a policy increasing physical production and allowing new discoveries to be made, with the new frontier being Mars.”

From her own website:

Human beings are born to make discoveries. That’s what we do, that no other species does. That’s also how we increase our potential population density. “But isn’t that bad?” an attendee at the oligarchy’s genocidal Copenhagen conference might ask. “We have too many people already! They can’t fit on the planet!” OK, no problem. Let’s get off this planet. This is a debate that would be better had in space, where it would be amply clear that the method of thinking of flat-Earthers like Barney Frank, is mortally flawed….After Mars, where do we go next? I’m not sure, that’s for our children to find out.

Well, she’s got the part about it being For Our Children right.

Like LaRouche, Brown believes that President Obama is a “stupid puppet” for the real culprit: The British banking system. Given the greater Boston location of Frank’s district, maybe she can reclaim the Tea Party label for a whole new set of crazies on the pseudo-left.

Rep. Frank Faces Town Hall Foe In Mass. Primary [AP]

Rachel Brown For Congress [Official Site]

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