GOP temper tantrums

August 2007
Hill;8/3/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 96, p20
The article presents a quote from Representative Lois Capps of U.S. Congressional District number 23 of California concerning the temper tantrum of Republican Party members at the White House in Washington. She compares the kind of temper that erupt from some of the Republicans during the event to the temper she usually observed in the children.


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