Iowa is becoming a hotbed of crazy for the 2014 Senate election and Bob Quast is easily in the lead with the most insane campaign commercial I've ever seen.
April 9, 2014

Since the Tea Party invaded the country, I can't remember ever seeing as many sick and twisted candidates running for office. And the great thing is that they are all making campaign ads. Yippee, they are so special. Here's Republican Senate candidate Joni Ernst playing up on her "castrating pigs," skills to woo voters.

“I grew up castrating hogs on an Iowa farm, so when I get to Washington, I’ll know how to cut pork.

You can't make this sh*t up. I didn't think anyone could top that, but I was wrong. Oh, how I was wrong, because there's an equally insane candidate named Bob Quast, who's trying to top "castrating pigs" and I believe he's find his niche.

Iowa Independent Senate candidate Bob Quast has a new ad out in which he waves around a Glock gun and threatens to "blow your balls off."

The ad, tuned to cheery music, is called "#GotBalls Vote for Bob Quast" and features Quast, a long-shot candidate in the race, arguing about term limits and the Second Amendment.

"If you are the sexual predator and sociopath who murdered my sister Lynette and you come to my front door to do harm to my girls, I'm going to use my Glock. To blow your balls off," Quast said smiling.

Quast takes a jab at another eye-catching ad, by state Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) in which she touted her experience castrating pigs.

"Now please do not confuse me with Iowa's Republican candidate for Senate," Quast said before snapping his fingers. The video then shows a picture of a pig.

You have to watch the video to believe it. I can't wait to see what comes next. Stay tuned for more...

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