Will Congress’s tea party class go native in Washington?

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January 4, 2011
Christian Science Monitor
by Walter Rodgers  
Posted in Commentary, PND Commentary

"'Going native' can be a bad thing in the nation’s capital if legislators become out of touch, too cozy with lobbyists, or even corrupt. But in the case of the class of 2010, some Beltway acculturation might be healthy if it helps these newcomers transition from implacable campaign rhetoric to the necessity of dealmaking that helps the American people." (01/03/11)


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