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Davis Bacon

Re: Ramesh’s accurate comment about Davis-Bacon, the good news is that that was 15 or 16 years ago. His position long ago changed. Part of the change came (according to a Santorum spokesman I spoke to last week) after conversations with Jim DeMint. Either way, his answers on the questionnaire of the National Right to Work Committee were 100 percent pro-worker-freedom and 100 percent conservative. As his word is usually good, that’s good enough for me.

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