Update with full video
By Sal Gentile
September 9th, 2010
As for his politics, Davison has served as a Republican member of the Minerva Council for 13 years, but, despite the boiling anger that characterized his speech, describes himself as a “liberal.”
He also identifies with the activist energy of the Tea Party movement, and proposes forming “a new radical branch of the Republican Party that does bring in the Tea Party activists, and that does bring in, perhaps, liberal Republicans.”
Of the party as a whole, he added: “I think the days of the mainstream Republican need to change.”What’s next for Davison remains unclear. He’s considering becoming a teacher, he said, to help kids “learn about the world” — “I’m not saying I’m an expert on it,” he cautioned — and “tell them to ‘follow your dreams. Whatever gets you excited in life, go for it.’”He wouldn’t foreclose another run for office, either.
“My speech last night — I knew it might be a little over the edge, but that’s how I felt at the time,” Davison said. “If it spurs someone to go on and say, ‘You know what, I want to go up there and talk like that too, I want to make a difference, I want to get involved in my community.’ If it affects one person in a positive way, then it was worth it.”
Dude is straight up Batshyt crazy from the village of Minerva -Wingnuttery!