#3: Steve King
"I don't want to disparage anyone because of their race, their ethnicity, their name - whatever their religion their father might have been, I'll just say this: When you think about the optics of a Barack Obama potentially getting elected President of the United States -- I mean, what does this look like to the rest of the world? What does it look like to the world of Islam?
"I will tell you that, if he is elected president, then the radical Islamists, the al-Qaida, the radical Islamists and their supporters, will be dancing in the streets in greater numbers than they did on September 11 because they will declare victory in this War on Terror."
After Obama's election, King did concede that the terrorists were not "dancing in the streets" as he repeatedly claimed they would be, though this began King's obsession, instead, with the president's middle name "Hussein," which King declared "bizarre" and "a double-standard" for Obama to mention as he was being sworn in.
Apparently King felt he hadn't done enough race-baiting after this. Later in 2010, on G. Gordon Liddy's radio program, King said "The president has demonstrated that he has a default mechanism in him that breaks down the side of race - on the side that favors the black person in the case of Prof. Gates and officer Crowley."
King also accused Hispanic voters of voting Democrat because they were given "a great big check."
In addition to a devoted race-baiter, King has also proven himself a devoted obstructionist. King introduced "the Bachmann-King repeal of health care bill" shortly after the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the first of thirty-three symbolic votes by Congress to repeal the act.
King also jumped on the crazy train with John McCain and said of Benghazi: "I believe that it's a lot bigger than Watergate, and if you link Watergate and Iran-Contra together and multiple it times maybe ten or so, you're going to get in the zone where Benghazi is."
Most recently, King may have partnered with Louie Gohmert by introducing a bill that would end the practice of birthright citizenship as is guaranteed by the fourteen amendment.
Considering his previous ranting about President Obama's middle name, it will not at all be surprising if unfounded allegations of "terror babies" are thrown about as well.