HIS­TORIC MUD­SLING­ING

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us to keep tak­ing the fight di­rectly and ag­gres­sively to Barack Obama,” says Chair­man Reince Priebus, who notes that 97 per­cent of the donors are of the grass-roots va­ri­ety, giv­ing less than $200, though gen­er­ous “ma­jor in­vestors” have forked over $5.8 mil­lion this year.

“We re­main com­mit­ted to ef­fec­tive fi­nan­cial stew­ard­ship,” the fru­gal-minded Mr. Priebus adds, not­ing that the money will help “undo the dam­age of Oba­ma­nomics and Oba­macare and put Amer­ica on the path to op­por­tu­nity and pros­per­ity.”

“Af­ter eight years as pres­i­dent, I have only two re­grets: that I have not shot Henry Clay or hanged John C. Cal­houn.”

( An­drew Jack­son on two ri­vals, 1837). are plenty of sup­ply-boost­ing so­lu­tions Obama could adopt im­me­di­ately, but he re­mains ob­sessed with im­prac­ti­cal sideshows like al­gae and Solyn­dra busi­ness schemes.”

The White House has its own in­ter­pre­ta­tion and is in­tent on in­creas­ing “Amer­i­can-made en­ergy” and “re­duc­ing our reliance on for­eign oil, most no­tably through the his­toric fuel econ­omy stan­dards the Pres­i­dent has es­tab­lished, which will nearly dou­ble the ef­fi­ciency of the ve­hi­cles we drive and save fam­i­lies $1.7 tril­lion at the pump.” “those who re­ject all re­li­gious faith.” Mr. Harkin is not shy and al­ready has shared his video with Roll Call.

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