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Richard Viguerie: "Conservative boat-rockers are going to save America"
World Net Daily -- Richard Viguerie says 2010 is the year when the American people are ready to elect a wave of conservative 'boat-rockers' that can truly reform government, and he sees hope in sending people like Rand Paul, Sharron Angle, Ken Buck and Marco Rubio to the Senate. Viguerie says that President Obama and the Democrats have turned up the heat so high and so fast on changing America for the worse that people are scared and angry, and they're going to make a statement this November by sending a new group of conservative leaders to Washington.
Make no mistake, America's ever-increasing statism is the fault of BOTH parties American Conservative -- Jack Hunter sees conservatives and Republicans whining and complaining (as they should) these days about the Obama Administration's vast expansion of government, and wonders where these folks were when the George W. Bush Administration was laying the groundwork for the Democrats' spending spree. Hunter says -- truthfully -- that every administration 'builds' more bureaucracy on top of the already bloated mountain, and if we're honest with ourselves, we have to admit that BOTH parties are to blame.
Linda McMahon wins in Connecticut, and the ruling class mourns -- American Thinker
Why Rasmussen polls work, and why they give comfort to Florida's Marco Rubio -- American Spectator
Conservative activist Jason Sager challenges the GOP establishment in Florida's District 5 -- Pajamas Media
Conservative Christine O'Donnell and RINO Rep. Mike Castle do battle in the GOP Senate primary in Delaware -- Daily Caller
Analyzing Gov. Sarah Palin's endorsements - is she going with a risk-reward strategy? -- National Review Online (blog)
John Gizzi: Nathan Deal was the real conservative in the Georgia GOP gubernatorial race -- Human Events
Bloated public sector needs a crash diet -- Washington Examiner
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