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Declared Nazi set to be GOP candidate in Illinois election: is that OK?

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Discussion started by Tok Staff:
The Illinois Republican party calls him a Nazi and he is an outspoken Holocaust denier, but he's the only candidate on the ballot. Is that OK?
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Results in this view: Y-free Speech 35% - Convince Me 26% - Not A Republican 4% - N-don't Allow 35%
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By Jarod Daily I hate Illinois Nazis
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By Mark Tracey He is not a Republican although he is attempting to run as one in Illinois . The man is taking advantage of that fact to gain notoriety as he has no chance of winning even if the district was 100% Republican. Hopefully the party will sponsor another canidate to oppose him.
Still there is no serious support for Nazis, the media overplays their numbers and influence.
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by anon-999f If they run someone against him, then no, he's not part of the GOP.

If they don't or if they support him, however ...

It is by their actions or inactions that we will see if this man represents the GOP's values.
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By Mark Tracey It is very unlikely that Republicans would support a long time Nazi, but only time will tell. My money is on NOT.