Behold The Pro-Cancer, Let The Elderly Eat Catfood Republican Presidential Field

September 2011
Moderate Voice;9/12/2011, p2
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The article offers the author's insights regarding the process of selecting the Republican candidate that will face President Barack Obama on the next elections. The author says that Rick Perry was the chosen nominee of the Tea Party's frontrunner for the next election. Furthermore, he mentions that the victory of a Republican candidate might be in their effort on cancer prevention.


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