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Monday, September 30, 2013



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19 US Senators Declare “Game on!” Shot Heard ‘Round the World

Saturday, September 28, 2013 8:21
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Remember these names:

Senator Mike Crapo of Idaho, Senator Ted Cruz of Texas, Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Senator Deb Fischer of Nebraska, Senator Charles Grassley of Iowa, Senator Dean Heller of Nevada, Senator James Imhofe of Oklahoma, Senator Mike Lee of Utah, Senator Jerry Moran of Kansas, Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, Senator Rob Portman of Ohio, Senator James Risch of Idaho, Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama, Senator Richard Shelby of Alabama, Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, Senator David Vitter of Louisiana, and finally, not voting, but present, former Senator Jim DeMint.

Of course, next week many others in the United States House of Representatives will step forward, and cross this same line in the sand as these men and women…

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