When he was ousted from Congress, Hayworth acted as a pitchman for a now-bankrupt company that offered seminars that basically showed people how to milk the federal government for money.
Check out the video after the jump.
Hayworth is the latest in the long line of legendary hypesters who try to presuade consumers to buy useless crap nobody actually needs.
With the tragic death of Billy Mays, Vince the Slap Chop guy has filled the void as the world's most well-known pitchman.
If you're unfamiliar with Vince, check him out below -- you're gonna love his nuts.
With Hayworth's arrival on the scene of TV crap-peddling, we want to know if Vince's job security is in jeopardy.
Let us know what you think: Who's a better infomercial pitchman, Hayworth or Vince.
Vote -- and see the results of yesterday's poll -- below.
-64 percent say Kyl.
-36 percent say Obama.
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