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Mike Pence must give Republicans buyer’s remorse

FARMVILLE, Va. — In the closing days of the Civil War, Robert E. Lee stopped in this tobacco town to fortify his bedraggled troops. With Union forces in hot pursuit, Lee abandoned the effort, fled town — and surrendered at nearby Appomattox two days later. Tuesday night, Mike Pence came to Farmville for the vice [...] The post Mike Pence must give Republicans buyer’s remorse appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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