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Progressives Spread GOP Valentine’s Day Cheer

A progressive advocacy group is providing Valentines for every anti-conservative American out there this year. In a email on Friday, Democrat advocate Brad Woodhouse’s group, Americans United for Change, introduced its Valentine’s Day cards.  

(Photos courtesy of Americans United For Change)
(Photos courtesy of Americans United for Change)

In November, Ohio Gov. John Kasich asked a woman in Iowa if she has ever dieted in an effort to explain the work he has done for his state’s budget. vday trump In a September interview with Rolling Stone magazine, business mogul Donald Trump mocked Carly Fiorina’s appearance.  

vday bush Back in 1994, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said that marriage is a way for woman to get off of welfare.  

vday rubio And in the last Republican nomination contender debate, Senator Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said that President Barack Obama knows what he is doing multiple times .  

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