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The Orange Glow of a well-orchestrated “Aktion”

When we last left Rich Iott, Republican candidate for Ohio’s 9th District, he was trying to capture the district from Polish-American Marcy Kaptur on the weekdays and occupy Poland on the weekends.

This even creeped-out House Republican Whip Eric Cantor. And that was while Cantor was attending a donkey-show*.

One assumed that after pretending to sack and pillage Minsk, Mr. Iott was done receiving the help of prominent elected Republicans.

But one would be wrong, just like Stalin!

Get ready Toledo, because John Boehner is coming to town to join Rich Iott in re-enacting Reagan’s visit to Bitburg.

*May not be true, but close enough for FoxNews.

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