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Missouri Obamacare vote: grassroots stirring is now grassroots roaring
American Spectator - In what could be the first true popular referendum on the Big Government Obamacare bill passed by Congress in March, Missouri's voters passed Proposition C on Tuesday by a margin of 71-29. Proposition C is aimed at protecting the state's residents from the mandate contained in the Obamacare law that would require individuals to purchase health insurance or else pay a penalty - and Missouri's citizens were unequivocal in saying 'no' to this unconstitutional usurping of their liberty.
David Freddoso: GOP congressional holdovers don't seem 100% with 'the wave' yet
Washington Examiner -- As if we needed reminding, David Freddoso lays out the numbers from the last time that Republicans controlled Congress, and they aren't pretty. Republicans were responsible for vastly increasing spending and expanding government, as well as failing to restrict federal power in many other areas, a fact that voters have not forgotten - and it won't be enough for them to claim 'we're not nearly as bad as the Democrats' this time around. Conservatives will be watching them intently.
The state sovereignty movement is real and growing stronger all the time -- American Thinker
It's time to 'sack' Nancy Pelosi's enabler in North Carolina's 11th District -- Washington Times
Is there more Tea Partiers can do to protest Big Government power grabs? -- World Net Daily
Study: Tea Partiers pick Palin for president over potential 2012 rivals -- Daily Caller
Alaska's Senate candidate Joe Miller is the real conservative deal -- Human Events
New Angle ad aims to steer the Nevada U.S. Senate race back towards the economy -- Hot Air
Rumors are circulating that Delaware's Castle would become Democrat and would resign -- RedState.com