I'll steal a page from Fred.
Guess the significance of this number.
Updated: If you go to the campaign websites of Flyin' Jim Sensenbrenner, Rock Star Paulie Ryan and State Sen. Alberta Darling and search the homepages and bios you see the word "Republican" three times, every one of those in a news release. Only the independently wealthy, world-travelling Sensenbrenner is so bold as to proudly identify himself as a Republican prominently on his website.
This ain't for "gotchas." I didn't scour every page of their websites for references to party affiliation but there are those who think it odd that a candidate would downplay their party affiliation in a campaign. It's not unusual.
In 2006 Tom Reynolds of New York was in charge of recruiting Republican candidates to run for the House of Representatives. His own campaign website didn't bother to tell his constituents which party could call him a member.
Get over yourselves, kids. Go outside and play. This whole "He doesn't tell people what he is," farrago is simply silliness.