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U.S. Senator Jim DeMint
Republicans Must Fight for Freedom to Regain America's Trust
They say that elephants never forget, but that's exactly what the Grand Old Party has done.....In the name of bipartisanship, our leaders supported amnesty, big new entitlements, more federal control of education, and compromises on energy. And too often Republicans shied away from defending values of life, family and faith. The final straw for many was a series of Wall Street bailouts that cost over a trillion dollars and looked more like knee-jerk socialism than confident conservative leadership....Americans haven't changed, Republicans have.
November 10, 2008 - They say that elephants never forget, but that's exactly what the Grand Old Party has done.....In the name of bipartisanship, our leaders supported amnesty, big new entitlements, more federal control of education, and compromises on energy. And too often Republicans shied away from defending values of life, family and faith. The final straw for many was a series of Wall Street bailouts that cost over a trillion dollars and looked more like knee-jerk socialism than confident conservative leadership....Americans haven't changed, Republicans have. Click here to read more
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