Confident conservative Jordan: Stand ground on taxes
From: The Washington Times | September 23, 2012
Other Republicans may be worried about the campaign prospects of Mitt Romney but not Rep. Jim Jordan, chairman of the conservative caucus in the House, who said voters have made the decision to reject President Obama and replace him with the GOP nominee.
Anticipating a Romney win and takeover of ...
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