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By returning to Christian roots, the nation can achieve greatness once again
Topic - Drew Ryun
Mitt Romney's presidential campaign paid millions of dollars to companies led by top advisers and, by many measures, the campaign got less to show for it than in-house staffers performing a labor of love for President Obama's campaign, expenditure records show.
Even Sheldon Adelson only gets to vote once.
"Conservatives have known for a while now that Eric Cantor is cut from the same cloth of Republicans who are beholden to the K Street interests and pushing amnesty, earmarks and corporate welfare," said Drew Ryun, a political director of the Madison Project, which is backing insurgent candidates in Republican primaries.
"The general 'meh' to this idea from the grass roots is simply because we need bold, new, fresh leadership that draws a distinction between Republicans and Democrats, not a retread of failed big-government policies that the current iteration of the GOP puts window dressing on and attempts to sell as bold and new," said Drew Ryun, political director of the Madison Project, which is backing insurgent candidates in Republican primary races across the country.