In my 72 years I came across a number of people who think Hitler was not such a bad guy. One "Hitler wasn't a bad guy" statement came from a former artillery soldier in Hitler's army. Sort of understandable.
The other times it was from just plain right wing folks in America. That's harder for me to swallow.
Pat Sellers would have had a much better chance of winning in 2014, Republicans made a dramatic slide to the extremist right wing.It seems to me that being called a Nazi would not insult Pat Sellers.
Pat Sellers stood at the podium in the Coatesville City Council Meeting Room just after Dick and Ricky Saha shouted "Nazi" at Coatesville City Council member Bill Chertok. I suppose he was trying to defend the Sahas when he said "Hitler wasn't so bad..." caught himself and stopped speaking. Dick Saha apologized in a Daily Local News article. Ricky Saha refused to apologize in that same article.
Both of the Patrick Henry Sellers for Congress correspond to the rise of anti-government militia groups in the United States.
Pat ran against Jim Gerlach in 2010.
Koch family has found an alliance in the continued homogenization of society. Republicans gain purity in a world they have always viewed as a dirty, impure space and corporate empires like Koch Industries, built under the care of Nazi Germany and Stalin’s Soviet Union, rise to lead the police state.