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Civil war: Tea party group invites Romney to speak, sparking protests by tea party group (The Ticket)

The Ticket - The tea party has split over Mitt Romney. FreedomWorks, a Washington, D.C.-based tea party organization led by former House majority leader Dick Armey, will protest during a New Hampshire rally this weekend sponsored by the California-based Tea Party Express. The reason for the protest: the Tea Party Express invited Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, to [...]
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