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Michele Bachmann

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We are unwilling to let this cabal of radicals pull the rug of freedom out from under us in our lifetime. Now we have this glorious opportunity called November.
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Frederick County Republican Central Committee's Lincoln-Reagan Dinner, 2010-04-25
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Birkey, Andy (27 April 2010), "In Maryland, Bachmann calls Democrats a ‘cabal of radicals’", Minnesota Independent, retrieved on 2011-04-15 

 
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