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Republican Senate candidate Paul Broun vows to vote only for ‘biblical’ bills

Voters in Georgia should send Rep. Paul Broun to the U.S. Senate because he will only vote in favor of legislation that is based on Christian values, the Republican candidate said Saturday. During a GOP primary debate in Gainesville hosted by the Hall County Republican Party, Broun outlined why he…

Rep. Broun tells CNN: ‘I’m a medical doctor’ and Obamacare will ‘destroy everything we know’

A Georgia congressman who is running for Senate said on Tuesday that he was fighting to delay, defund and repeal President Barack Obama’s health care reform law because it would literally “destroy everything we know as a nation.” In an interview with CNN, Rep. Paul Broun (R-GA) told host Wolf…

Progressive candidates deliver 36,000 ‘We stand with the 99%’ petitions to Boehner

Seven progressive House candidates and Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) members delivered nearly 36,000 “We stand with the 99%” petitions directly to House Speaker John Boehner’s Capitol Hill office Wednesday afternoon. The petitions stated: “We stand with the 99% — we need an economy that works for all of us,…

Rep. Paul Broun: ‘Occupy Wall Street’ an attack on freedom

Republicans have begun to line up against the “Occupy Wall Street” movement that began on September 17. During an appearance Thursday on ABC’s Top Line, Republican Rep. Paul Broun of Georgia claimed the protest was an attack on freedom. “Well, if you look at what they’ve been telling in the…

Many Republicans plan to snub Obama at jobs speech

In an act of defiance, several Republican members of Congress have announced that they will not attend President Barack Obama’s address to the joint session tonight, despite Speaker John Boehner’s request that they come. “He is the president of the United States and I believe that all members ought to…

Top 5 overused metaphors from debt ceiling negotiations

As the debate over whether and how to raise the nation’s debt ceiling and cut the deficit droned on and on the past few weeks, lawmakers seemed to be running out of not just time before the August 2 deadline, but also out of original metaphors to brighten up their…

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