"To use the old Navy adage, make sure if you come into the skipper's office with a problem, you better have a solution," Cravaack said. "And that's when I thought to myself, it's time to quit complaining and do something."
posted on 11/13/2010 6:35:20 AM PST
("Break the conventions; keep the commandments." -- G. K. Chesterton)
Best of luck to Chip. He and the rest of the “newbies” need to stick with the agenda that elected them. The country can come back and will if they don’t bow to the inside-the-beltway pressures.
I’m proud to have voted for Chip. He’s a dragon slayer!
posted on 11/13/2010 8:33:46 AM PST
(Spanked at the G20, the trainee in chief fails again.)
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