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Jim DeMint Leaving the Senate to Become Heritage Foundation President

June56 Wrote: Dec 06, 2012 6:36 PM
Tremendous loss. Senator DeMint was there to do the job his constituents sent him to do but it was totally impossible for him and others like him. Sounds like he held out for one last hope and that being taking the Senate and since that didn't happen guess he decided to leave. Need many more like him - not losing them.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Dec 06, 2012 8:36 PM
Good points. However I am hoping he will be a very LOUD and effective voice in Heritage. I hope he can point out the perfidy of the RINO Demon RAT lite leaders in both Houses. Maybe he will find an opponent to run against John BARACK O'Boehner in two years. I called and emailed my Tea Party congressman and let him know I don't want him to vote for confirming John Barack as S p eaker. And
I contributed to a Grassfire fax to John Barack and the other two stooges, McCarathy/Cantor along with other committee leaders etc. I also tried for two days to call the RNC about the purge and couldnt get through the robo anwering computer to talk or leave a message. I think it's time we all let the RNC etc know of our anger and refuse donate.
Troglodite Wrote: Dec 06, 2012 10:19 PM

Inasmuch as money really is the mother's milk of politics, it really is very appropriate to consider carefully where we will send our donations. On my own part, I contribute mostly to the Club for Growth. (The NRA also gets a bit of my money.) Look them up and check them out. I believe that they are worth contributing to.

South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint, known as one of the most conservative senators on the Hill, will leave office in January to take a position as the President of the Heritage Foundation next fall. Current Heritage President Ed Feulner, who helped build the conservative think tank, will step down in April and serve as Chancellor of the Foundation and Chairman at the Heritage Asian Studies Center.

Feulner has been associated with Heritage from its inception.  Indeed, it was he and conservative activist Paul Weyrich, who first came up with the idea of creating an independent institute able to...