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Well, at least turns cantaloupe into food for hungry DC residents.
The result of a protest against GOP positions on immigration reform demonstrated that our representative and his colleagues DO have a heart. Bentivolio delivered the goods:
"With the Republican Study Committee assisting, the office of Rep. Kerry Bentivolio, R-Mich., took the lead in gathering dozens of the cantaloupes so they could be donated to the Capital Area Food Bank.In other news, house democrats still wonder what to do with the pig excrement (Obamacare) delivered specially to them by Obama in 2010.
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By JGillman, Section News
I have seen Mitch McConnell 'spine-up' before, but this advertisement encouraging Republicans in KY to put pressure on the Minority leader drives home an important point.
The 'nuclear option' is at hand. Surrender is not an option, and any funding for Obamacare is an endorsement of it. Any federal overreach such as this MUST be pushed back by our representatives in whatever way available. If the last resort is a shutdown of an extra-constitutional government so-be-it. No Republican principles are served in the absence of courage. Kentucky voters are rightfully advised to talk to their US Senator who will be up for his seat next year.
And THESE Guys need to hear from you as well.
Dan Benishek 1st District Bill Huizenga 2nd District Justin Amash 3rd District Dave Camp 4th District Fred Upton 6th District Tim Walberg 7th District Mike Rogers 8th District Candice Miller 10th District Kerry Bentivolio 11th District
Enjoy the show below the fold.
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Bentivolio questions the SEC on its failure to respect Deadlines:
"Verbal Moonwalking." Ha!
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Freshman Congressman Kerry Bentivolio breaks down the sequester in a way that even the
Yup.. as along as its got 4 wheels and a pick up bed.
H/T Fed up USA
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Conservative grass roots favorite Kerry Bentivolio starts his 11th Congressional District career on Jan. 3rd. Will he be another Candace Miller, or more akin to Justin Amash?
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The most popular and successful jingles had one particular characteristic.
They would haunt you.
In fact the way in which "double your pleasure" stuck around double time, and Oscar Mayer had kids running around wishing they were processed meat, its been clear that using music to sell a product would be forevermore a staple in marketing plans. Upbeat music to sell underwear, soda, and toiletries is now part of our Americana.
This video for Nansee Cassiss uses bouncy ball type jingle magic to remind folks how to spell her name. I will leave it to the reader to determine what this style of music might remind them of.
Just close your eyes, listen, and make a note of which pet food comes to mind.
And Bentivolio was originally given grief because he was a lowly reindeer farmer?
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