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Politico's title was promising: 'There appear to be no rules anymore.'
I perked up. Aha! They're finally getting a clue about what the Republican loons are doing, right?
Silly, silly me. But this article is so out there, so incredibly packed with loads of anonymous "Democrats" (think Joe Manchin-style Democrat), so laden with false equivalence that I reached for the letter opener and contemplated what it might feel like to stab something with it.
This should be a golden era for tea party conservatives, whose energies helped Republicans gain a historic House majority and take control of the Senate. But the House's die-hard conservatives face new frustrations and uncertainty, Analysis: GOP Changes Tune, Calls for BipartisanshipABC NewsAP News - Home tea partyers face new resistance from GOP pragmatistsWPX Newsall 61 news articles »
This should be a golden era for tea party conservatives, whose energies helped Republicans gain a historic House majority and take control of the Senate.
 the House's die-hard conservatives face new frustrations and uncertainty, thanks to a higher number of establishment-friendly Republicans and a leadership push to "show we can govern" instead of throwing partisan brickbats.
 reluctantly, some tea party-affiliated House members are acknowledging a political landscape in which the GOP-run Senate will dilute House legislation, and Obama's vetoes may be insurmountable.
Democrats, who controlled the Senate, kept Republican initiatives from reaching the president's desk.
The House's most outspoken conservatives chafe at talk of crafting compromise legislation to win at least six Democratic senators' votes.
At a monthly event called "Conversations with Conservatives," Rep.
Jeb Bush and Mitt Romney have gotten much of the attention in these early days of the Republican race for president, but as they court the party's elite donors in private phone calls and meetings, a group of likely candidates to their right are just as eagerly chasing support among Christian evangelicals and social conservatives.
Veteran Republican pollster Whit Ayres, whose clients include Florida Sen.