CHQ - Fight for Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee splits GOP

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Fight for Chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee splits GOP
The Hill-- 11/23/10 All Republican House members will vote to decide an acrimonious contest between moderate Congressman Fred Upton (MI) and conservative Congressmen John Shimkus (IL), Joe Barton (TX), and Cliff Stearns (FL).

Mitt Romney is still an establishment politician and carries even more damning baggage
Pajamas Media - Tom Blumer laments the "next-in-line" nature of a Mitt Romney candidacy, arguing Romney hasn't changed at all from his establishment politics.  Blumer says that Romney won't even admit that his disastrous Romneycare law in Massachusetts has been an utter failure, so how could he be trusted to tell the truth if he manages to get the GOP nomination in 2012?

Poll: Big businesses supporting Obama agenda risk dramatic plummeting of customer approval--Wilson Research Strategies

A Republican agenda of 'real' change requires return to limited, constitutional government -- The Daily Caller

GOP ranks appear headed to a clash on vote to raise debt limit - Wall Street Journal

DeMint still has Joe Miller's back - The Daily Caller

Sarah Palin says she won't 'waste time' on another interview with Katie Couric -- The Hill

Romney's strategy:  Stay in medal contention - Real Clear Politics

Virginia GOP's switch to a primary, rather than a convention, could help George Allen in 2012 -- Politico

Two-Thirds Favor Cutting Federal Payroll by 10% -- Rasmussen Reports

Obama using executive orders to implement his radical agenda -- DickMorris.com

Rumors of Palin seeking office space in Iowa simply aren't true - National Review Online

 

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