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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Terri Lynn Land
Democrat Michelle Nunn happily notes that she'd be Georgia's first elected female senator.
Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters on Thursday pressed Republican Terri Lynn Land on Michigan's new abortion insurance law, saying she should come out of her "bunker" and say if she supports it.
After relentlessly criticizing Democrat Gary Peters for his support of the federal health care law, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Terri Lynn Land is outlining her own ideas about health care while also embracing some elements of the four-year-old law.
A Michigan Republican running for a U.S. Senate seat is likely striking a chord with tea party types who favor limited government, with a mantra that reminds government is a servant.
"Congressman Gary Peters and his buddies want you to think I'm waging a war on women. Really? Think about that for a moment," says Ms. Land, who then takes a sip of coffee and checks her watch.
She adds sarcastically, "I approved this message because, as a woman, I might know a little more about women than Gary Peters."