Rep. Tim Huelskamp (KS-01), along with Rep. Raúl Labrador (ID-01), Rep. Jim Jordan (OH-04) and Rep. Steve King (IA-05), discussed the future of the GOP, as well as a host of policy issues they will face as members of the 113th Congress. The Heritage...
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"To millions who felt their souls being drained by a corporate consumer culture that treats humans like products and reduces people to animal urges, the Republicans quoted Hayek and offered free markets." That's great - if you're a robot. Humans are ultimately immortal meant to be with God, no matter how much leftians claim we're nothing more than mere accidents meant to have as good a time and as much sex and partying we can stand while alive. There is something that separates us from animals. Lopez gets it. I'm sure Mitt Romney does too, but he never bothered showing that side of himself. Preferring instead to trot out his business resume over and over again. We need leaders, not good managers. Simmons argues for
"Why did Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan lose?” Jonathan Weisman, a congressional reporter for the New York Times, posed this challenging, yet important question to Republican congressmen who took part in this month’s Conservations with Conservatives. Among the election results, the congress members also discussed the fiscal cliff, the lame duck session, immigration and Paul Ryan.
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