Jesus, these Rapepublicans get worse by the hour:

MANCHESTER, N.H. — A Republican candidate for Hillsborough County Sheriff said Wednesday that he believes elective abortions are unlawful and he wouldn’t reject the use of deadly force to stop them.

Frank Szabo said that as sheriff, he would arrest any doctor performing elective or late-term abortions in his jurisdiction.

“There is a difference between legal and lawful,” Szabo said.

Szabo explained the difference by referring to the issue of slavery, which he said used to be legal but was never lawful under the Constitution. He said that even though elective abortions are legal in New Hampshire, with some restrictions, he doesn’t consider them lawful.

But Szabo may have inflamed the issue further when asked if he would use deadly force to prevent an abortion.

“I would respond specifically by saying that if someone is under threat, a full-grown human being, if they’re under threat, what should the sheriff do? Everything in their power to prevent them from being harmed,” he said.

When pressed about what he would do if he learned that a doctor was about to perform an elective abortion, Szabo replied he would do what it took to prevent that from happening.

“Absolutely,” he said. “Well, I would hope that it wouldn’t come to that, as with any situation where someone is in danger, but again, specifically talking about elective abortions and late-term abortions, that is an act that needs to be stopped.”

The Republican house speaker asked Numbnuts to resign and suggested he study constitutional law before he runs for office again. Teabaggers think anything they feel is the correct basis for killing people — all of a sudden, this is a problem for Republicans? Lie down with dogs, rise up with fleas!

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  1. Then red faced the Republican Speaker was forced to withdraw his demand for resignation when the Sheriff pointed out that he had just clipped the “ACA” and substituted “abortion” in a press release from the Speaker’s office the day before.

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