The Corner

Meanwhile

Rep. Paul Broun of Georgia just joined Mike Pence (R., Ind.) in signing up for the new caucus. In a statement, he says: “The Tea Party Caucus is designed to give these frustrated Americans a voice in Washington. The Caucus understands that we represent the American people, and these individuals have demanded Washington implement fiscal restraint, shrink the size of the federal government, and preserve our nation’s free-market system. I am proud to join my colleagues in the Tea Party Caucus to ensure Washington starts listening to ‘we the people.’”

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