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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - John "Woody" Woodrum
Antsy for results, tea party supporters gathered for a weekend strategy summit say they're intent on making sure the Republicans they helped return to power last fall live up to promises to dramatically change course in Washington.
"The GOP is really Gentlemen On Parole," said Mr. Woodrum, an executive of a truck parts company. "You're there for two years. It's not an anointment; it's an appointment."
Her husband, John "Woody" Woodrum, said he's a diehard Republican, but promises he won't let the GOP have a pass if it doesn't hew to a conservative agenda.