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Three months after Republicans lost control in the halls of power,
they have taken over an outlet of the Virgina pizza chain Pie-tanza for
the first stop in
their listening href="http://thinkprogress.org/2009/05/06/cantor-limbaugh-listening/">
teaching tour of the country. They used the new setting
to push warmed over ideas (no government healthcare, more tax cuts, etc.
etc.) that the American public didn’t bite on the last time the GOP
served them up. Jeb Bush, the new face of
the Republican party (who bears a striking similarity to its href="/blogs/capitalgames/23401">old head),
offered up the only new idea, which Stewart and href="http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/archives/individual/2009_05/
018021.php">others noted did not
sound very conservative or, ah, American.

Corbin Hiar

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