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House GOP to Choose New Conference Chair Today

NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 10:02 AM
richard In my area I drove by a ROmney campaign office twice a week (once going and once coming). I stopped by to get signs for my parents (I'm not a GOPer). The staff was friendly and busy and offered me a welcomed chance to help out. I thanked them and took the signs to my parents. Their whole neighborhood had only Romney signs on it. The WHOLE street. It was amazing. That is why this is so shocking. Only after Obama won did ONE neighbor put up an Obama sign in my neighborhood. Before the election there was only one Obama sign. What one SAW in public and in neighborhoods does not match the results. I agree with what the Democrats have been claiming for the past decade or so: the elections are rigged. And since the CIA runs
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 10:03 AM
the government, clearly, Obama was their man.

Perhaps they wanted him there so they could impeach him for his crimes in Libya. I don't know what goes threw the minds of traitors, so I'm just guessing on that. Time will tell.

Today, House Republicans will choose a new conference leader, taking over for Rep. Jeb Hensarling (TX), who departs the position for the Financial Services Committee in 2013. Yet unlike last Tuesday’s contests, this on is a relatively pain-free election for conservatives, as both candidates vying for the position have solid records as conservative lawmakers.

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (WA) and Rep. Tom Price (GA) both have their eyes on the job, and both have received high-profile support from other members in their respective bids. And, with 92% and 97% lifetime ratings, respectively, from the ACU, they’re both...