Friday, May 9, 2008

Republican-of-the-Week Day!

This space is reserved for the celebration of any decent, critical thinking, honest member of the GOP.

Nominations are in order.

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  1. Rep. Gary G. Miller of Diamond Bar has long been a stalwart Republican, voting the party line 96% of the time last year. But the conservative lawmaker on Thursday found himself bucking his president and GOP leaders by joining the House Democratic majority in supporting a large-scale federal response to the housing crisis. He said:

    "I really wish I could support my Republican colleagues. But I'm very concerned about the marketplace. A lot of people are losing their homes. That not only hurts them, but the neighbors around them because of foreclosure. Their home value drops."

    Except for Miller, the Californians split along party lines, with Democrats backing the bill and Republicans opposed.

    LA Times

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