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Mitch McConnell's Attack On Matt Bevin Signifies Larger Battle Plan

"If McConnell can crush Bevin, the thinking goes, he can expose a lack of ideological consistency in the outside groups, allowing him to separate Tea Party voters from Tea Party fundraising groups."
"Leader McConnell will beat his opponent because he is more in line with Kentucky Republicans and in doing so will send a message to the groups that purity for profit is a losing strategy," said Billy Piper, a longtime McConnell ally.
"But McConnell, along with Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., and other Senate Republicans up for reelection next year, hope to win so big in their primaries that they eviscerate their opponents' financial backers in the process."

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Corporate America is NOT on our side (surprise)

Business, GOP establishment: Tea party is over
By DONNA CASSATA — Associated Press

WASHINGTON — A slice of corporate America thinks tea partyers have overstayed their welcome in Washington and should be shown the door in next year's congressional elections. In what could be a sign of challenges to come across the country, two U.S. House races in Michigan mark a turnabout from several years of widely heralded contests in which right-flank candidates have tried -sometimes successfully - to unseat Republican incumbents they perceive as not being conservative enough.

Read more here: http://news.yahoo.com/business-gop-establishment-tea-party-o...

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corporate America is on our side. Global corporate Ameria is not on our side. When a corporation is of, by and for Americans, free trade, profit that people are happy to contribute, we have a great American corporation.. when they are global, and want to take our rights and make us like Palestine for THEIR AUTHORITY and benfit and the profit goes to global central banks.. then we have a conflict of interests.

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Hmm...unfortunately this article states otherwise:

Big business declares war on tea party; Pledging to support GOP establishment

"There's no question that this month's government shutdown saga has been a spectacular failure," said David French, senior vice president and lobbyist at the National Retail Federation, whose members constitute the nation’s largest group of employers.

Retailers were particularly frustrated that the long-running feud and standoff between the parties - which has been postponed until early next year - threatens for the second year in a row to spoil the critical Christmas shopping season, when one-quarter of all U.S. retail purchases are made and an even larger share of retail profits are made.

Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2013/10/big-business-declares-war-on-tea-...