During a House Small Business Committee hearing today, Frank Knapp was invited by the democrats to testify on behalf of South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce. He was quickly exposed, however, by Rep. Mulvaney (R-SC) as a liberal radio host and supporter of the EPA's regulatory assault on small business.
A few months ago, I was golfing in Maryland, and I happened to get paired with a member of the Maryland General Assembly.
For a picture of how low the level of public discourse has sunk in America, look no further than the New York Times. In an editorial following Newt Gingrich's upset victory in the South Carolina Republican Primary, the Times' editorialists dealt from the bottom of the deck, playing the race card in an attempt to deflect attention from the growing public dissatisfaction with the policies of the Obama administration.
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