Tea Party affiliated candidates are on a roll, snatching primary victories in Alaska, Utah, Kentucky, Nevada, Delaware, Florida and New York.
What do the candidates have to say about health? You might be surprised on their views on abortion, rape, health care and 9-11.
Take a healthy read.
Christine O'Donnell on Pornography
Delaware's Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, Christine O'Donnell, wrote in "The Case for Chastity" that she knows many "physical" virgins who are not "sexually pure."
That's because these women look at porn, she wrote: "I know many virgins who are into pornography or who are 'doing everything but' with their boyfriends."
Many Americans believe watching pornography is a sin.
Sharron Angle to Rape Victims: Make Lemonade
If a young girl is raped by her father, Tea Party favorite and Rep. Senate candidate Sharron Angle of Nevada thinks the child should not be able to have an abortion because "two wrongs don't make a right."
Angle's world view, that life begins at conception and must be protected regardless of circumstance, is shared by many in her home state.
Carl Paladino: Obamacare Will Kill More People Than 9-11
New York Senatorial candidate Carl Paladino said, during an interview on the Curtis Sliwa Show in March, that he "fears the results of Obamacare will be so horrific that it will kill more Americans through deteriorating health care than were lost on 9-11."
Therefore, said the Tea Party pick, he will ask the Attorney General to sue the federal government to reverse health care reform.
Paladino's rhetoric speaks to the fears many Americans have about what health care reform will mean for them.
Nearly 3000 people died on 9-11.
Joe Miller: Kill Social Security and Medicare
When Joe Miller, GOP nominee from Alaska, was asked by CNN's John King if someone born today should "grow up in an America where there is not a Federal Social Security program," Miller replied, "Absolutely."
Miller, who was endorsed by the Tea Party, wants to "phase out" Medicare and Social Security, according to the Alaska Daily News. He also wants to get rid of the federal Department of Education, since it is not in the Constitution.
Miller and his supporters believe that it is not government's place to take care of of citizens from cradle to grave, and that individuals and their family's should take on more responsibility for their personal welfare.
Ken Buck: What Health Care Crisis?
According to Colorado Rep. and Sen. nominee Ken Buck, the idea that some Americans don't have access to health care is a fantasy.
"We have emergency rooms. We have charitable opportunities for folks," Buck said on The Aaron Harber show, a weekly Denver political forum. "I don't know how many people truly don't have health care in this country."
According to the CDC, 46 million Americans didnt have health insurance in 2009.
Christine O'Donnell: Masturbation is Adultery?
Delaware's Tea Party-backed Republican nominee for U.S. Senate Christine O'Donnell once offered her views on masturbation in an MTV documentary called "Sex In The 90s."
As founder of "Saviors Alliance for Lifting the Truth," O'Donnell said that the "Bible says that lust in your heart is committing adultery. You can't masturbate without lust."
Doctors say masturbation is a natural act that even children perform. Many religious people view it as sin.