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August 21, 2013
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theheritagefoundation:

Yesterday, Sen. Ted Cruz said Chuck Norris wears Jim DeMint pajamas. Well, we doubt Chuck Norris “wears Jim DeMint pajamas,” but if he did, it’d look something like this. #chucknorrisfacts
 

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vicemag:

theheritagefoundation:

Yesterday, Sen. Ted Cruz said Chuck Norris wears Jim DeMint pajamas. Well, we doubt Chuck Norris “wears Jim DeMint pajamas,” but if he did, it’d look something like this. #chucknorrisfacts

 

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17:53 // 1 year ago
August 20, 2013
theheritagefoundation:

Glenn Beck & Jim DeMint say #DefundObamacare! @glennbeck @jimdemint #stopobamacare

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theheritagefoundation:

Glenn Beck & Jim DeMint say #DefundObamacare! @glennbeck @jimdemint #stopobamacare

Republican class picture

17:10 // 1 year ago
December 6, 2012
DeMint has been a destructive force, threatening to primary colleagues, resisting all deals and offering very little in the way of attainable legislation. He has contributed more than any current senator to the dysfunction of that body. He has worsened relations between the House and Senate, as he did in the budget fights in recent years, by meddling and pressuring his home state representative. His departure leaves other senators who seemed impressed with his brand of politics free to find their way to a more constructive position in the body.
The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin • Discussing why Jim DeMint’s departure from the Senate is a good thing for Congress … though it could prove much worse down the road, due to the influence he’ll yield as head of the Heritage Foundation. Rubin suggests he hurts the Heritage brand. “By embracing him, Heritage, to a greater extent than ever before, becomes a political instrument in service of extremism, not a well-respected think tank and source of scholarship,” she writes. “Every individual who works there should take pause and consider whether the reputation of that institution is elevated or diminished by this move. And I would say the same, frankly, if any other non-scholarly pol took that spot.”
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10:48 // 1 year ago
November 12, 2011
Another special guest: Jim Demint. He asked about what to cut, federal-funding wise, leading to Mitt Romney using “Obamacare” for the first time. Huntsman refers to debt spending as a national security problem, and he notes that he backs the Paul Ryan plan — which seemingly hasn’t come up in months.

Another special guest: Jim Demint. He asked about what to cut, federal-funding wise, leading to Mitt Romney using “Obamacare” for the first time. Huntsman refers to debt spending as a national security problem, and he notes that he backs the Paul Ryan plan — which seemingly hasn’t come up in months.

21:18 // 2 years ago
September 5, 2011
Wanna labor through a presidential forum? There are two GOP events this week, including one on Wednesday and this presidential forum happening right now in South Carolina. Jim DeMint, above, is playing host. Watch over here. We’ll have a roundup later today.

Wanna labor through a presidential forum? There are two GOP events this week, including one on Wednesday and this presidential forum happening right now in South Carolina. Jim DeMint, above, is playing host. Watch over here. We’ll have a roundup later today.

15:05 // 3 years ago
August 30, 2011

Senator answers the question no one’s been asking

  • NO Jim DeMint won’t run for president in 2016 source

» Thanks for clearing that up for us, Jim. We were on pins and needles.

21:01 // 3 years ago
January 17, 2011

The Senate’s Tea Party Caucus: Is three really a caucus?

  • yeah… January 27th will mark the first meeting of the Senate Tea Party Caucus. Sen. Rand Paul, the founder of the group, will be joined by Sens. Mike Lee and Jim DeMint.
  • but…That’s only three people. Other Tea Partiers, like Marco Rubio, haven’t committed. If no one else joins, how much power can a three-man caucus really have? source

» Editor’s note: An earlier version of this story had a pretty bad error in it. Appropriate parties have been informed/chastized/made fun of. Our bad.

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22:24 // 3 years ago