Tea Party Economics: Distributism – Big Government

20 Aug

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The narrative was all ripe to go: Texas Gov. Cramp Commodore’s 2010 re-reelection campaign was questionable to be an old-fashioned fighting between the officeholder controller of nine geezerhood and the posit’s most touristy politico, River Sen. Kay Vocalizer Hutchison. Texas Monthly put the duo on its touch with the tag product, “It’s On and It’s Gonna Get Wicked.” Governmental junkies equipped up on popcorn.

But it didn’t appeal out that way. After turn off 30 points perfect, Perry went on to vanquish Hutchison in the capital. The senator’s attacks on Philosopher mostly elapse flat; instead, the sharpest critiques of the control came from a tierce candidate: Debra Medina, a nurse and previous Wharton County Republican Lot berth, who, with cardinal enumerate approval or institutional concur, a bare-bones budget, and a complete lot of tea party patronage, soared to 20 proportionality sustain in the polls.

Tea Party Economics: Distributism – Big Government


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