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Midday Quiz: State of the GOP

Take a moment to test yourself with some political trivia. Here's a sample question from today's Political Stump quiz:

Former House Republican leader Richard K. Armey believes which coalition of people will help form the future of the Republican party?

• Libertarian conservatives
• Stay-at-home moms
• Latinos
• Independents

Answer this question and more at washingtonpost.com/politicaltrivia.

By Washington Post editors  |  November 10, 2009; 2:16 PM ET
 
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He is a 'believer', he may be pure of heart. Those around him are rouges, liars, and thieves. All of his life he has been 'played' by players. He wants his friends to 'game' the system, and then go home happy. Like the doctor will recover and learn. A person cannot heal someone that loves being sick.
If the prisoners in New York State are released to work for non-profit organizations are not problem enough. Someone now in power said that the internal military should be as well armed those who face enemies abroad. And, will they report to Czars or who.??

Posted by: RayOne | November 11, 2009 10:27 AM | Report abuse

Apparently the WaPo either doesn't realize how incredibly stupid that question is, or they're trying to fool people. Someone could be a Latino Stay-at-home mom who's a registered Independent and who's also a Libertarian conservative. Yet, the WaPo wants people to choose only one, as if they were mutually exclusive.

Is the WaPo dumb, or do they think you're the one who's dumb?

And, I say that as someone who's not in any way a fan of Armey. Here, for instance, is something the WaPo will never tell you about him:

http://24ahead.com/2007-dick-armey-sticks-illegal-aliens-bless-their-hearts

Posted by: LonewackoDotCom | November 10, 2009 3:16 PM | Report abuse

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