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Thread: Tea Partiers storm NRSC Office over Orinn Hatch

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    What is more objectionable about Orin Hatch to FreedomWorks than Rick Perry?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rp08orbust View Post
    What is more objectionable about Orin Hatch to FreedomWorks than Rick Perry?
    Rick Perry is in Texas, these tea partiers are in Utah.

    Essentially the party establishment is backing Hatch automatically because he's an incumbent. The tea partiers would like to see him replaced and are mad at them for automatically supporting the incumbent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dannno View Post
    Rick Perry is in Texas, these tea partiers are in Utah.
    It sounds like from the article that these "tea partiers" = FreedomWorks, who is pushing the tax-hiking Rick Perry for president.






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