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Sen Mitch McConnell - No Republican Fingerprints on the ObamaCare Bill. Liberals are on the run. "Oberman is out and Reagan is in!" LIberala are all out praising Reagan because they want you to forget what they have been up to.
Democrats continue to underestimate the intelligence of the American Voter.
We will not let the people who tried to turn this country into France walk away from their record. Read more »
Raul Labrador, U.S. Representative from Idaha, was born in Puerto Rico. As a Latino, he opens by taking note of the diversity represented by the speakers present today. He gives a stirring story about coming to the U.S. and the very difficult choices his mother faced. In 1981, his mother registered as a Republican.
Labrador talks about his accomplishments in the Idaho State legislature. He faced a "blue dog" democrat
Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD) Tea Party Freshman in the US House of Representatives. This is an excellent time to be a conservatie. Praised CPAC for their ongoing efforts.
I am nobody special. I am just a farmer. I know what the impact of big government is. In January, we made this the People's House again. Born and raised as a rancher and farmer. Learned from her Dad, "instead of complaining about something, why don't you do something about it?"
Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin takes the podium. Ron Johnson defeated Russ Feingold in Wisconsin for Senate.
I spoke at a tea party event and I spoke about the effect of government regulation on jobs. But at the time, we were in the middle of the push for Obamacare. The liberals were demonizing doctors to get that done. But Johnson points out the positive experiences that he and others have had with doctors. Read more »
Sen. Pat Toomey R-PA Talked about his decision to run against Sen. Spector. He felt Republicans were not following the Conservative agenda they were elected to uphold. "We don't have to apoligize for being conservative. And, we can win.
Now it is the time for us to govern and this will be tough." Democrats have grown government by
Today is the first day of the Conservative Political Action Conference being held in Washington, DC February 10-12th.
Chairman of the American Conservative Union David Keene opens up the conference by saying, "This year, we're going to focus on people who are trying to change the world."
"Our keynote speaker once said, 'you really need to stay on top of these people' - once you are voted, you can feel yourself getting pulled away. But don't get seduced, remember what brought you here and do the job you said you were going to do in office. Michele Bachmann has never given in to those forces." Read more »