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Published: Thursday, Aug. 30 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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conservative scientist
Lindon, UT

Well said Mr. Will.

Kent C. DeForrest
Provo, UT

"With the exception of the tea party, there is no real faction out there making the Jacksonian case for an end to special privilege."

But the tea party is as guilty as everyone else. It wants to preserve the privilege of the already dominant corporate class and to further tilt an already skewed system that funnels more and more wealth into the hands of the most wealthy. If the tea party gets its way, we may as well rename this country the Disunited States of Costa Rica. Their program is a recipe for disaster.

JoeBlow
Far East USA, SC

I actually think it will make them rethink WHY there is a contradiction.

Looking at the official party platform, It is not exactly friendly to hispanics, many who have close ties to immigrants.

And as far as women. Party Platform states NO ABORTIONS. No exceptions. At least Mitt is smart enough to break from the party on this one.

But, who knows about next time.

And Hispanic and Woman are certainly significant voting blocks.

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